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JON ALLAN REYHNER

Department of Educational Specialties, College of Education
Northern Arizona University, P.O. Box 5774, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5774, USA
E-mail: Jon.Reyhner@nau.edu; Phone: 928 523 0580; FAX: 928 523 1929

PART I: PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Education
  • 1984 Ed.D. Curriculum & Instruction (Minor: School Administration). Montana State University-Bozeman
  • 1977 Ed.S. School Administration. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
  • 1973 M.A. Secondary Education. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
  • 1967 M.A. History. University of California at Davis
  • 1966 B.A. History with Departmental Honors. University of California at Davis
Professional Experience
  • 2002-Now Professor of Education. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
  • 1995-02 Associate Professor of Education. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
  • 1990-95 Associate Professor of Education. Montana State University-Billings, MT
  • 1988-89 Assistant Director, Academics. Rock Point Community School, Rock Point, AZ
  • 1986-90 Assistant Professor of Education and Native American Studies. Eastern Montana College, Billings, MT
  • 1984-85 Chief Administrator/Principal/Bilingual Director. Havasupai School, Supai, AZ
  • 1982-84 Principal/Bilingual Director. Heart Butte Public School, Heart Butte, MT
  • 1978-80 Principal. Rocky Boy Public School, Rocky Boy, MT
  • 1977-78 Principal. Wallace Public School, Parker, AZ
  • 1975-77 Assistant Principal. Navajo Public School, Navajo, NM
  • 1973-75 Social Studies Teacher. Grade 7, Fort Defiance Junior High, Ft. Defiance, AZ
  • 1971-73 Math/Science Teacher. Grades 6, 7 & 8, Chinle Junior High, Chinle, AZ


PART II: SCHOLARSHIP

Books, monographs, and proceedings authored or edited

  1. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (In Press). Teaching Indigenous Students: Honoring Place, Community, and Culture. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
  2. Reyhner, J., Martin, J., Lockard, L., & Gilbert, W.S. (Eds.). (2013). Honoring Our Children: Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  3. Reyhner, J., Gilbert, W.S., & Lockard, L. (Eds.). (2011). Honoring Our Heritage: Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  4. Reyhner, J., & Lockard, L. (Eds.). (2009). Indigenous Language Revitalization: Encouragement, Guidance & Lessons Learned. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  5. Reyhner, J. (2006). Education and Language Restoration. Contemporary Native American Issues Series. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House.
  6. Reyhner, J., & Eder, J. (2004). American Indian Education: A History. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
  7. Reyhner, J., Trujillo, O., Carrasco, R., & Lockard, L. (Eds.). (2003). Nurturing Native Languages. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  8. Francis, N., & Reyhner, J. (2002). Language and Literacy Teaching for Indigenous Education: A Bilingual Approach. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.
  9. Burnaby, B., & Reyhner. J. (Eds.). (2002). Indigenous Languages Across the Community. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  10. Reyhner, J., Martin, J., Lockard, L., Gilbert, W.S. (Eds.). (2000). Learn in Beauty: Indigenous Education for a New Century. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  11. Reyhner, J.; Cantoni, G.; St. Claire, R.; & Parsons Yazzie, E. (Eds.). (1999). Revitalizing Indigenous Languages. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  12. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1997). Teaching Indigenous Languages. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  13. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1997). Partnerships in Education: Preparing Teachers for the Twenty-first Century. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  14. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1992). Teaching American Indian Students. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
  15. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1990). Effective Language Education Practices and Native Language Survival. Choctaw, OK: Native American Language Issues.
  16. Reyhner, J., & Eder, J. (1989). A History of Indian Education. Billings, MT: Eastern Montana College.
  17. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1988). Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach (2nd Ed.). Billings, MT: Eastern Montana College.
  18. Gilliland, H., & Reyhner, J. (1988). Teaching the Native American. Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt.
  19. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1986). Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach. Billings, MT: Eastern Montana College.
Chapters in books, monographs, and proceedings
  1. Reyhner, J., & Cockrum, W. (Submitted). Reading, Language, Culture and Language Ethnic Minority Students. In P.R. Schmidt & P.B. Mosenthal (Eds.), Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Multiculturalism and Pluralism (2nd Ed.). Greenwich, CN: Information Age.
  2. Skutnabb-Kangas, T., Nicholas, A.B., & Reyhner, J. (Submitted). Linguistic Human Rights and Language Revitalization. In S. M. Coronel-Molina & T. L. McCarty (Eds.), The Handbook of Indigenous Language Revitalization in the Americas. New York: Routledge.
  3. Reyhner, J. (Submitted). A History of American Indian Vocational Education. In Carsten M. Schmidke (Ed.), American Indian Workforce Education: Trends and Issues. New York: Routledge.
  4. Singh. N.K., & Reyhner, J. (In Press). Children's Educational Rights in the 21st Century: Global Practices and Prejudices. In M. Mbanasco (Ed.), Human Rights in Global Perspectives. Glassboro, NJ: Goldline & Jacobs.
  5. Reyhner, J. (2014). Improving American Indian Education through Best Practices. In J. Ross (Ed.), American Indians at Risk (Vol. II, pp. 599-614). Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood/ABC-CLIO.
  6. Reyhner, J. (2013). Giving Language Rights Meaning: Revitalizing Basque, Navajo and Other Indigenous Languages and Cultures. In X. Irujo & V. Miglio (Eds.), Language Rights and Cultural Diversity (pp. 223-244). Reno, NV: Center for Basque Studies Press, University of Nevada.
  7. Reyhner, J., & Singh, N.K. (2013). Culturally Responsive Education for Indigenous Communities. In R.G. Craven, G. Bodkin-Andrews & J. Mooney (Eds.), Indigenous Peoples: Education & Equity (pp. 139-159). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  8. Reyhner, J. (2013). Confronting the Wounds of Colonialism Through Words. In A. S. Canagarajah (Ed.), Literacy as Translingual Practice: Between Communities & Classrooms (pp. 70-82). New York: Routledge.
  9. Singh, N.K., & Reyhner, J. (2013). Indigenous Knowledge and Pedagogy for Indigenous Children. In J. Reyhner, Martin, L. Lockard & W.S. Gilbert (Eds.), Honoring Our Children: Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students (pp. 37-52). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  10. Reyhner, J. (2012). A History of American Indian Culturally Sensitive Education. In B. Klug (Ed.), Standing Together: American Indian Education as Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (pp. 25-35). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
  11. Reyhner, J. (2012). Arizona (pp. 35-61) & Colorado (pp. 123-143). In D. S. Murphree (Ed.), Native America: A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia (Vol. 1). Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood/ABC-CLIO.
  12. Reyhner, J. (2012). The American Indian Movement in Popular Culture. In E.D. Hoffman (Ed.), American Indians and Popular Culture (Vol. 1, Media, Sports, and Politics, pp. 347-362). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  13. Reyhner, J. (2011). Healing Families and Strengthening Communities through Language Revitalization. In M.E. Romero-Little, S. Ortiz & T.L. McCarty (Eds.), Indigenous Language Across the Generations: Strengthening Families and Communities (pp. 281-303). Tempe, AZ: Center for Indian Education, Arizona State University.
  14. Parsons Yazzie, E., & Reyhner, J. (2009). Prospects for the Navajo Language. In A.M. Goodfellow (Ed.), Speaking of Endangered Languages: Issues in Revitalization (pp. 47-69). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  15. Reyhner, J. (2006). Issues in the Classroom. In D. Beaulieu & A.M. Figueira (Eds.), The Power of Native Teachers: Language & Culture in the Classroom (pp. 63-92). Tempe, AZ: Center for Indian Education, Arizona State University.
  16. Reyhner, J. (2003). Native Language Immersion. In J. Reyhner, O. Trujillo, R. Carrasco & L. Lockard (Eds.), Nurturing Native Languages (pp. 1-6). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  17. Reyhner, J., & Cockrum, W. (2001). Reading, Language, Culture, and Ethnic Minority Students. In P. R. Schmidt & P. B. Mosenthal (Eds.), Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Pluralism and Multiculturalism (pp. 163-185). Greenwich, CN: Information Age Publishing.
  18. Reyhner, J. (2000). Teaching English to American Indians. In J. Reyhner, J. Martin, L. Lockard, & W.S. Gilbert (Eds), Learn in Beauty: Indigenous Education for a New Century (pp. 114-131). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University.
  19. Reyhner, J., Lockard, L., & Rosenthal, J. (2000). Native American languages. In J. Rosenthal (Ed.), Handbook of Undergraduate Second Language Education (pp. 141-163). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  20. Reyhner, J. (1999). Introduction: Some Basics of Indigenous Language Revitalization. In J. Reyhner, G. Cantoni, R. St. Clair & E. Parsons Yazzie (Eds.), Revitalizing Indigenous Languages (pp. v-xx). Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University
  21. Cantoni, G., & Reyhner, J. (1998). What Educators Can Do to Aid Community Efforts at Indigenous Language Revitalization. In N. Ostler (Ed.), Endangered Languages: What Role for the Specialist (Proceedings of the Second FEL Conference, University of Edinburgh) (pp. 33-37). Bath, UK: Foundation for Endgangered Languages.
  22. Reyhner, J. (1997). The Case for Native American Studies. In D. Morrison (Ed.), American Indian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Issues (pp. 93-110). New York: Peter Lang.
  23. Medina, C., Francis, N., Madden, C., & Reyhner, J. (1996). Schools and Citizenship. In Building a Community of Citizens for Arizona (pp. 137-155). Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Town Hall.
  24. Reyhner, J. (1996). Rationale and Needs for Stabilizing Indigenous Languages (pp. 3-15) (ED 395 729), Native American Student Panel Summary (with D. House, pp. 133-142), Adult Education Session Summary (with D. House, pp. 143-149), Tuba City (with G. D. McLean, pp. 182-185), and Selected Resources on Renewing American Indian Languages (pp. 224-226). In G. Cantoni (Ed.), Stabilizing Indigenous Languages. Flagstaff: Center for Excellence in Education, Northern Arizona University.
  25. Reyhner, J. (1995). American Indian Languages and United States Language Policy. In W. Fase, K. Jaspert, & S. Kroon (Eds.), The State of Minority Languages: Vol. 5. European Studies on Multilingualism (pp. 229-248). Lisse, The Netherlands: Swet s & Zeitlinger.
  26. Reyhner, J. (1995). Teaching the Native Language. In H. Gilliland, Teaching the Native American (3rd ed., pp. 219-229) [also in 1992 2nd Ed.]. Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt.
  27. Reyhner, J. (1995). Learning from the History of Indian Education. In H. Gilliland, Teaching the Native American (3rd ed., pp. 263-270) [also in 1992 2nd Ed.]. Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt.
  28. Heidenreich, A., Reyhner, J., & Gilliland, H. (1995). Social Studies for Native Americans. In H. Gilliland, Teaching the Native American (3rd ed., pp. 145-152) [also in 1992 2nd Ed.]. Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt.
  29. Reyhner, J. (1994). American Indians Out of School. In R. C. Monk (Ed.), Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Race and Ethnicity (pp. 104-112). Guilford, CT: Dushkin.
  30. Reyhner, J., & Davison, D. (1993). Improving Mathematics and Science Instruction for LEP Middle and High School Students through Language Activities. In Proceedings of the 3rd National Research Symposium on Limited English Proficient Student Issues (Vol. II, pp. 549-578). Washington, DC: United States Department of Education, OBEMLA.
  31. Reyhner, J. (1993). Maintaining and Renewing Native Languages in the Schools. In T. E. Schirer & S. M. Branstner (Eds.), Native American Values. (pp. 47-56). Sault Ste. Marie, MI: Lake Superior State University.
  32. Reyhner, J. (1992). Policies Towards American Indian Languages: A Historical Sketch. In J. Crawford (Ed.), Language Loyalties: A Source Book on the Official English Controversy (pp. 41-46). Chicago: University of Chicago.
  33. Reyhner, J., Eder, J. (1992). A History of Indian Education. In J. Reyhner (Ed.), Teaching American Indian Students (pp. 33-58). Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma.
  34. Reyhner, J. (1992). Bilingual Education (pp. 59-77), Adapting Curriculum to Culture (pp. 96-103), & Teaching Reading Responsively (pp. 157-167). In J. Reyhner (Ed.), Teaching American Indian Students. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma.
  35. Reyhner, J. (1991). Effective Schools Research & Indian Education. In Thomas E. Schirer (Ed.), Entering the 90's: The North American Experience (pp. 207-217). Sault Ste. Marie, MI: Lake Superior State University
  36. Reyhner, J. (1990). A Description of the Rock Point Community School Bilingual Education Program. In J. Reyhner (Ed.), Effective Language Education Practices and Native Language Survival (pp. 95-106). Choctaw, OK: Native American Language Issues.
Journal articles (Peer reviewed)
  1. Reyhner, J. (2010). Indigenous Language Immersion Schools for Strong Indigenous Identities. Heritage Language Journal, 7(2), 138-152.
  2. Reyhner, J., & Singh, N.K. (2010, Spring). Aligning Language Education Policies to International Human Rights Standards. eJournal of Education Policy.
  3. Reyhner, J., & Singh, N.K. (2010). Cultural Genocide in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States: The Destruction and Transformation of Indigenous Cultures. Indigenous Policy Journal, 21(4), 1-26.
  4. Reyhner, J. (2009). Indigenous Education in Global Contexts. International Studies in Education, 10(1), pp. 6-9.
  5. Reyhner, J. (2008). Promoting Human Rights through Indigenous Language Revitalization. Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, 3, 151-189.
  6. Reyhner, J., & Hurtado, D.S. (2008). Reading First, Literacy, and American Indian Students. Journal of American Indian Education, 47(1), 82-95.
  7. Reyhner, J., & Jacobs, D. (2002). Preparing Teachers of American Indian and Alaska Native Students. Action in Teacher Education, 24(2), 85-93.
  8. Reyhner, J. (2001). Cultural Survival vs. Forced Assimilation: The Renewed War on Diversity. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 25(2), 22-25.
  9. Reyhner, J. (1995). Progressive Education and the "Indian New Deal" on the Navajo Nation. Journal of Navajo Education, 13(1), 21-28.
  10. Reyhner, J., & Tennant, E. (1995). Maintaining & Renewing Native Languages. Bilingual Research Journal, 19, 279-304.
  11. Reyhner, J., Gabbard, D., & Lee, H. (1995). Inservice Needs of Rural Reservation Teachers. Rural Educator, 16(2), 10-15.
  12. Miller, K., Reyhner, J., & Metheny, D. (1994). Blending Effective Strategies for Teacher Inservice and Staff Development for the Twenty-first Century. Teacher Educator, 30(1), 28-42.
  13. Reyhner, J. (1994). Restructuring Navajo Schools. Journal of Navajo Education, 11(2), 10-14.
  14. Reyhner, J. (1993). New Directions in United States Native Education. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 20, 63-76.
  15. Reyhner, J., Lee, H., & Gabbard, D. (1993). A Specialized Knowledge Base for Teaching American Indian Students. Tribal College, 4(4), 26-32.
  16. Reyhner, J. (1993). American Indian Language Policy and School Success. Journal of Educational Issues of Language Minority Students, 12(Special Issue 3), 35-59.
  17. Reyhner, J. (1992). American Indians Out of School: A Review of School-based Causes and Solutions. Journal of American Indian Education, 31(3), 37-56.
  18. Reyhner, J. (1992). American Indian Cultures and School Success. Journal of American Indian Education, 32(1), 30-39.
  19. Reyhner, J. (1991). The Challenge of Teaching Minority Students: An American Indian Example. Teaching Education, 4(1), 103-111.
  20. Reyhner, J. (1991). The White House Conference: Is There Hope for Indian Education? Journal of Navajo Education, 9(1), 10-12.
  21. Reyhner, J., & Garcia, R. L. (1989). Helping Minorities to Read Better: Problems and Promises. Reading Research and Instruction, 28(3), 84-91.
  22. Reyhner, J. (1986). Native Americans in Basal Reading Textbooks: Are There Enough? Journal of American Indian Education, 26(1), 14-22.
  23. Reyhner, J. (1981). The Self-Determined Curriculum: Indian Teachers as Cultural Translators. Journal of American Indian Education, 21(1), 19-23.
Magazine articles
  1. Reyhner, J. (2006). Books Needed for Today. Native American Review, 2(1), 24-25.
  2. Reyhner, J. (2006). Guns, Germs, Steel, and Education. Native American Review. 1(12), 14-15.
  3. Reyhner, J. (2006). Revitalizing Native Languages in Schools for Academic Success. Native American Review, 1(11), 30-32.
  4. Reyhner, J. (2006). Bilingual Education for Healthy Students, Healthy Communities. Language Learner, 1(4), 8-9
  5. Reyhner, J. (2006). Reading and Writing to Create Yourself. Native American Review, 1(10), 30-32.
  6. Reyhner, J. (2006). Dropout Nation. Indian Education Today, 1(9), 28-30.
  7. Reyhner, J. (2006). Humility vs. Self-esteem: What Do Indian Students Need?. Indian Education Today, 1(8), 33-36.
  8. Reyhner, J. (2006). Reading, Writing, and Finding Sovereignty. Indian Education Today, 1(7), 19-21.
  9. Reyhner, J. (2006). Creating Sacred Places For Children. Indian Education Today, 1(6), 19-20.
  10. Reyhner, J. (2006). Native Educators Gather in Denver. Winds of Change, 21(1), 60-61.
  11. Reyhner, J. (2005). Cultural Rights, Language Revival, and Individual Healing, Language Learner, 1(2), 22-24.
  12. Reyhner, J. (2000). Native Languages: Te Kohanga Reo. American Language Review, 4(1), 29-30.
  13. Reyhner, J. (1999). To Promote, Protect and Preserve. American Language Review, 3(6), 32-33.
Miscellaneous publications
  1. Reyhner, J. (In Press). Vignette: Mother Tongue Vs. Global Languages for Indigenous Children. In R. Papa & F. English (Eds.), Educational leaders without borders: Rising to global challenges to educate all children. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
  2. Reyhner, J. (In Press). Chapter 12: Public Education Reform, Historical Developments: Native American Education. Encyclopedia of American Reform Movements. New York: Facts on File.
  3. Reyhner, J. (2014). entries for Margaret Mead & Native American Families. In L. Ganong, M. Coleman & J.G. Golson (Eds.), Social History of American Families: An Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  4. Reyhner, J., & Singh, N. (2014). Indigenous Education in a Global Context. In Luanna Meyer (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Education. New York: Oxford University Press.
  5. Reyhner, J. (2013, Dec. 4). A History of American Indian Education 1819-2013 (Timeline with Education Week Staff). Education Week Online edition.
  6. Reyhner, J. (2013). Indian Self-Determination. In S. Danver (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Politics of the American West. Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press/Sage.
  7. Reyhner, J. (2013). American Indian Boarding Schools. In P. Mason (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Race & Racism, 2nd ed. (Vol. 1, pp. 96-100). Detroit, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
  8. Reyhner, J. (2013). Entries on Pima (Vol. 2, pp. 477-478), Genocide (Vol. 3, pp. 731-733) & Language (Vol. 3 pp. 765-770). In Steven J. Danver (Ed.), Native Peoples of the World: An Encyclopedia of Groups, Cultures, and Contemporary Issues. Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference.
  9. Reyhner, J. (2008). Public Schools, Higher Education, Indian Education Act, Willard Beatty. In P. Finkelman & T.A. Garrison (Eds.), Encyclopedia of U.S. Indian Policy and Law. Washington, DC: CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Press.
  10. Reyhner, J. (2008). Southern Plains and Southwestern Treaties (pp. 267-273) and Henry Chee Dodge (pp. 798-799). In Donald Fixico (Ed.), Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  11. Reyhner, J. (2008). Assimilation (pp. 87-92), Language and Language Renewal (pp. 422-425), Long Walk (Navajo) (pp. 259-261), Peter MacDonald (p. 776), Henry Chee Dodge (pp. 713-714). In B.E. Johansen & B.M. Pritzker (Eds.), Encyclopedia of American Indian History. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  12. Research Agenda Working Group, Pavel, M., Reyhner, J., Avison, C., Obester, C., & Sayer, J. (2003). American Indian & Alaska Native Education Research Agenda Literature Review. Rockville, MD: Westat. Commissioned paper prepared for American Indian & Alaska Native Education Federal Interagency Task Force.
  13. Ostler, N., & Reyhner, J. (Guest Eds.). (2002). Technology & Indigenous Languages (Special Theme Issue). Language Learning & Technology, 6(2).
  14. Jacobs, D., & Reyhner, J. (2002). Preparing Teachers to Support American Indian and Alaska Native Student Success and Cultural Heritage. Charleston, WV: ERIC Clearinghouse for Rural Education and Small Schools. ERIC Digest EDO-RC-01-13.
  15. Reyhner, J. (2001). Teaching Reading to American Indian/Alaska Native Students. Charleston, WV: ERIC Clearinghouse for Rural Education and Small Schools, ERIC Digest ED0-RC-01-10
  16. Reyhner, J. (2001). Resources for Families, Communities, and Schools to help Native Students. Tribal College, 12(3), 44-47.
  17. Reyhner, J. (2001). Family, Community, and School Impacts on American Indian and Alaska Native Students' Success. A literature review prepared under contract from Westat as part of U.S. Government's American Indian/Alaska Native Education Research Initiative
  18. Reyhner, J. (2001). Guide to Online Literacy Resources. NABE News, 24(4), 27.
  19. Reyhner, J. (2000). A Resource Guide: Native American Language Renewal. Tribal College, 11(3), 42-45.
  20. Reyhner, J. (1999). Maintaining and Developing Indigenous Languages. In Ray Barnhardt (Compiler), Indigenous Education Around the World (1996 World Indigenous People's Conference: Education, Albuquerque, NM, June 1996). Fairbanks, AK: Center for Cross-Cultural Studies, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  21. Reyhner, J. (1999). Bilingual Education. In R.J. Altenbaugh (Ed.), Dictionary of American Education. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.
  22. Reyhner, J. (1995). Entries for Chee Dodge, Ganado Mucho (pp. 294-95), Henry Roe Cloud, Samson Occum, Meriam Report, Indian Reorganization Act, Havasupai, Indian Education Acts, Games and Contests (pp. 292-294), lists of tribal colleges and educational institutions. In H. Markowitz (Ed.), Ready Reference: American Indians (3 Volumes). Pasadena, CA: Salem.
  23. Reyhner, J. (1994). Janine Pease-Windy Boy (pp. 368-372) and Polingaysi Qoyawayma (pp. 397-402). In M. Seller (Ed.), Women Educators in the United States 1820-1993. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.
  24. Reyhner, J. (1994). American Indian/Alaska Native Education (Fastback # 367). Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa.
  25. Reyhner, J. (1992). Summary of Paper 8: Plans for Dropout Prevention and Special School Support Services for American Indian and Alaska Native Students. In P. Cahape & C. Howley (Eds.), Indian Nations at Risk: Listening to the People (Summaries of Papers Commissioned by the Indian Nations at Risk Task Force of the U.S. Department of Education) (pp. 42-46). Charleston, WV: ERIC/CRESS.
  26. Reyhner, J. (1992). Plans for Dropout Prevention and Special School Support Services for American Indian and Alaska Native Students. Washington, D.C.: Indian Nations at Risk Task Force, U. S. Department of Education.
  27. Reyhner, J. (1989). Changes in American Indian Education: A Historical Retrospective for Educators in the United States. Charleston, WV: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools. (Digest EDO-RC-89-1)
Book reviews
  1. (2013). Paulo Freire's Philosophy of Education: Origins, Developments, Impacts and Legacies by James Irwin. Education Review.
  2. (2013). Youth Culture, Language Endangerment and Linguistic Survivance by Leisy Thornton Wyman. Language Policy.
  3. (2013). Oklahoma's Indian New Deal by Jon S. Blackman. Indigenous Peoples & Issues.
  4. (2013). The Indian School On Magnolia Avenue - Voices And Images From Sherman Institute, edited by Clifford E. Trafzer, Lorene Sisquoc & Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert. Corvalis, OR: Oregon State University Press. Indigenous Peoples & Issues.
  5. (2013). Arizona: Matrons And Maids - Regulating Indian Domestic Service In Tucson, 1914-1934 by V. K. Haskins. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 2012. Indigenous Peoples & Issues.
  6. (2012). Divinely Guided: The California Work of the Women's National Indian Association by V. S. Mathes. Lubboch, TX: Texas Tech University Press. History of Education Quarterly, 52, 583-585.
  7. (2012). Paulo Friere and the Cold War Politics of Literacy by Andrew J. Kirkendall. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2010. H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  8. (2012). We Will Secure Our Future: Empowering The Navajo Nation by Peterson Zah & Peter Iverson. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2012. Indigenous Peoples & Issues
  9. (2012). Lessons from an Indian Day School by Adrea Lawrence. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press. H-Net Reviews.
  10. (2012). Records of the Moravians Among the Cherokees (Vols. 1-3). Tahlequah, OK: Cherokee National Press, 2010-11. Indigenous Peoples Issues & Resources.
  11. (2012). Education beyond the Mesas: Hopi Students at Sherman Institute, 1902-1929 by Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert. History of Education Quarterly, 52(1), 159-161.
  12. (2012). The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia edited by Carol E. Mayer, Anthony Shelton. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  13. (2011). Anishnaabe World: A Survival Guide for Building Bridges between Canada and First Nations by Roger Spielmann. Sudbury, Ontario: Your Scrivener Press, 2009.
  14. (2011). New Perspectives on Endangered Languages edited by J. A. F. Farfán & F. Ramallo. Language Policy, 10, 281-283.
  15. (2011). Urban Indians in Phoenix Schools, 1940-2000 by Stephen Kent Amerman. Western Historical Quarterly, 42, 392.
  16. (2011). Women Elders' Life Stories of the Omaha Tribe: Macy, Nebraska, 2004-2005 by Wynne L. Summers. H-Education, H-Net Reviews.
  17. (2011). Ethnography and Language Policy edited by Teresa L. McCarty. Education Review.
  18. (2011). We are an Indian Nation: A History of the Hualapai People by Jeffrey P. Shepherd. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 114, 447-448.
  19. (2011). Full Court Quest: The Girls from Fort Shaw Indian School, Basketball Champions of the World by Linda S. Peavy & Ursula Smith. H-Education, H-Net Reviews.
  20. (2011). Separate but Equal? Maori Schools and the Crown 1867-1969 by J.M. Barrington. H-Education, H-Net Reviews.
  21. (2010). Mother Tongues: Languages Around the World (Video). Anthropology Review Database.
  22. (2010). Inuit Education and Schools in the Eastern Arctic by Heather McGregor. H-Education, H-Net Reviews.
  23. Singh, N., & Reyhner, J. (2010). Alaska Native Education: Views From Within edited by O. Kawagley & R. Barnhardt. NABE News, 32(4), 15-17.
  24. (2010). Native American Language Ideologies: Beliefs, Practices, And Struggles In Indian Country edited by Paul V. Kroskrity & Margaret C. Field. Indigenous Peoples Issues and Resources.
  25. (2010). The Bearer of This Letter: Language Ideologies, Literacy Practices, and the Fort Belknap Indian Community by Mindy J. Morgan. H-Education, H-Net Reviews.
  26. (2010). Big Sycamore Stands Alone: The Western Apaches, Aravaipa, and the Struggle for Place by Ian W. Record. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 113, 407-408.
  27. (2008). Native American Life-History Narratives: Colonial and Postcolonial Navajo Ethnography by Susan Berr Brill de Ramirez. Southwester Historical Quarterly, 111, 444-45.
  28. (2007). Elias Cornelius Boudinot: A Life on the Cherokee Border by James W. Parins. Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 111(1), 125-126.
  29. (2007). Native Americans in the School System by Carol Ward. Great Plains Research, 17(1), 124-125
  30. (2007). Boarding School Blues: Revisiting American Indian Educational Experiences edited by C.E. Trafzer, J.A. Keller & L. Sisquoc. Teachers College Record.
  31. (2005). Reconsidering Indian Schools (Essay Review of R.H. Pratt's Battelfield and Classroom and E.L. Chalcraft's Assimilation's Agent). History of Education Quarterly, 45(4), 636-642.
  32. (2004). The Strange Career of Bilingual Education in Texas 1836-1981 by Carlos Blanton. NABE News, 27(5), 24-25.
  33. (2004). The Politics of TESOL Education: Writing, Knowledge, Critical Pedagogy by Vai Ramanathan. Education Review.
  34. (2003). The Man from the Sunrise Side by Ambrose Mungala Chalarimeri. Indigenous Nations Studies Journal, 4(1), 95.
  35. (2002). Power and Place: Indian Education in America by Vine Deloria, Jr. & Daniel R. Wildcat. Indigenous Nations Studies Journal, 3(1), 129-130.
  36. (2001). Susan La Flesche Picotte, M.D.: Omaha Indian Leader and Reformer by Benson Tong. Indigenous Nations Studies Journal, 2(2), 100-101.
  37. (2001). Power, Politics, Bilingual Education, and School Success: An Review of Jim Cummins' Language, Power and Pedagogy, James Crawford's At War with Diversity, and C. Ovando & P. McLaren's The Politics of Multiculturalism and Bilingual Education. Journal of American Indian Education, 40(3), 36-42.
  38. (2001). Heritage languages in America: Preserving a National Resource, edited by J.K. Peyton, D.A. Ranard, S. McGinnis. Language Magazine, 1(4), 39.
  39. (1999). The Scalpel and the Silver Bear by Lori Arviso Alvord. Navajo Hopi Observer, 17(40), 9
  40. (1994). Critical Perspectives on Bilingual Education Research by R. Padilla & A. Benavides. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 7, 182-83.
  41. (1991-1994). In American Indian Quarterly: The Education of Women at the Cherokee Female Seminary, 1851-1909 by Devon A. Mihesuah 18, 431-32; Sitting Bull by Bob Bernotas 18, 108-09; Tribal Government Today: Politics on Montana Indian Reservations by J. Lopach, M. Brown, & R. Clow. 15, 533-34.
  42. (1993). Hold Your Tongue: Bilingualism and the Politics of "English Only" and Language Loyalties: A Sourcebook on the Official English Controversy by James Crawford. NABE NEWS, 16(5), 23-24.
  43. (1992). Reversing Language Shift by Joshua Fishman. Bilingual Research Journal, 16(3), 148-152.
  44. (1991). Cross-Cultural Teaching Tales by J. Kleinfeld. Studies in American Indian Literature 3(2), 64-65.
  45. (1988-93). Book Reviews in the Journal of Navajo Education: Light of the Feather and It's Like My Heart Pounding by M. Fedullo, 11(1), 49-51; Responsive Teaching by C.A. Bowers and D. Flinders and Teachers for Our Nat ions Schools by J. Goodlad (co-written with D. Gabbard), 9(3), 52-55; Forked Tongues: The Politics of Bilingual Education by R. Porter, 8(2), 48-49. Empowering Minority Students by Jim Cummins and Foundations of Dual Language Instruction by J. Lessow-Hurley, 7(3), p. 43; Insult to Intelligence: The Bureaucratic Invasion of Our Classrooms by Frank Smith, 6(3), 60-62; Fools Crow by J. Welch, 6(2), 59-60; Content-Area Language Instruction: Approaches and Strategies by G. Cantoni-Harvey, 6(1), 35.
Columns and Other Newsletter Articles
  1. Reyhner, J. (2005). NIEA 36th Annual Convention a Success. NIEA NEWS, 34(13), 1 & 5-7.
  2. Over 50 Indigenous Bilingual Education columns in the NABE News (Magazine of the National Association for Bilingual Education) from 1990-Now.

Newspaper Articles

  1. Reyhner, J. (1999). Our Endangered American Languages, Gah'nahvah/Ya ti' (Yavapai/Apache Newspaper), 2(8), 15A.
  2. Reyhner, J. (1999). Why are Stanford 9 test scores on Navajo and Hopi low., Navajo Hopi Observer, 17(35),1-2.
  3. Reyhner, J. (1999). Our Endangered Languages. Navajo-Hopi Observer, 17(34), 3.
Curriculum and other materials
  1. Reyhner, J. & Old Coyote, E. A. (Eds.). (1991). Teepees Are Folded: A Book of Indian Poetry. Billings, MT: Council for Indian Education (CIE). 44 pp.
  2. Reyhner, J., & Schaffer, R. (Eds.). (1991). Search for Identity. Billings, MT: CIE. 55 pp.
  3. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1988). Science for the Indian Student: A Culture-Based Curriculum by Elnora Old Coyote-Stenersen. Billings, MT: Eastern Montana College. 392 pp.
  4. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1988). Autobiography of Mark Hanna. Billings, MT: Eastern Montana College. 108 pp.
  5. Reyhner, J. (Ed.). (1984). Booklets for elementary students: Heart Butte: A Blackfeet Indian Community (ED 250 115); The Loud Mouthed Gun, and The Story of Running Eagle by J. W. Schultz; Stories of Our Blackfeet Grandmothers. (ED 250 114). Billings, MT: CIE & Heart Butte Bilingual Program.
Dissertations/theses
  1. Reyhner, J. (1985). A Content Analysis of Realism in Elementary School Basal Reading Textbooks (Doctoral dissertation, Montana State University, 1984). Dissertation Abstracts International, 45, 2391A.
  2. Reyhner, J. (1973). The Development of a National System of Secondary Education in England. Unpublished master's thesis, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
ERIC documents
  1. Reyhner, J. (1996). Progressive education and the "Indian New Deal." Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the National Indian Education Association, 11/13/96 (ERIC Document No. ED 407 198)
Editorial and review activity
  1. Member, Review Panel/Editorial Board, Journal of American Indian Education, 2005-Now.
  2. Member, Editorial Board, Bilingual Research Journal, 2007-2010; Board of Distinguished Jurors, 1998-2005.
  3. Editor, Regular Column on Indigenous Education for NABE News, 1990-Now.
  4. Member, Editorial Board: History of Education Quarterly, 2005-2008.
  5. Member, Editorial Board, ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools, 1989-2003.
  6. Member, Editorial Board, Council for Indian Education, 1990-1996.
  7. Member, CEE Monograph Series Editorial Board 1996-1997.
  8. Member, Editorial Board, Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, Special CEE/NAU monograph project, 1995-1996.
  9. Member, Multicultural Advisory Board for McDougal Littell (a division of Houghton Mifflin) for Creating America: A History of the United States, 2001 (8th grade textbook); World History: Patterns of Interaction, 1999 (high school textbook); The Americans, 1998 (high school textbook & accompanying videotapes).
  10. Reviewer: Condition of English Language Learners in Arizona: 2004, Choice, 5/02-Present; Language & Education, 9/02; Anthropology & Education 9/02; Cambridge University Press, book proposal, 5/02; Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 9/00; History of Education Quarterly, 5/03, 11/02, 9/97; American Educational Research Journal 7/97; Gonzalez, G. & Maez, L. (Eds.). (1995). Compendium of Research on Bilingual Education. Washington, DC: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education; University of Oklahoma Press 3/96, 8/95, 6/95 & 3/93 (book proposals); Lawrence Erlbaum 8/95 (book proposal); Longman Publishing 11-12/8 9 (bilingual textbook proposal) & 11/92 (curriculum text); American Indian Quarterly 11/95, 4/94; Teaching Education 2/98, 9/96, 8/95, 6/95, 3/94, 9/93, 10/92, & 6/92; Journal of American Indian Education 4/94, 8/93, 7/92, 10/ 90, & 9/90; Journal of Professional Studies 9/97, 3/96 (2 articles), 6/95; Canadian Journal of Native Education 12/91; Equity & Excellence, 10/06.
Keynote addresses, Plenary Sessions, and Other Speeches
  1. Building Strong Identities with Heritage Language & Culture Revitalization (Keynote). Alaska Bilingual Multicultural Education & Equity Conference, 4/25/12, Anchorage, AK
  2. Helping Our American Indian Students Succeed (10/20/10) & Lessons Learned (Wrap-up Session) (10/22/10), Montana Conference of Educational Leadership's Helping Our American Indian Students Achieve Track, Billings, MT
  3. American Indian Identity & No Child Left Behind (Keynote). Math, Science & Technology: Preserving Our Past, Shaping Our Future Conference, 7/23/04, Bismarck, ND
  4. Revitalizing Languages, Revitalizing Communities, Revitalizing Lives. General Session Keynote. Indigenous Education Pre-conference Institute, National Association for Bilingual Education, 2/4/04, Albuquerque, NM
  5. Revitalizing Languages, Revitalizing Communities (Keynote). 10th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Conference, 6/28/03, Baraboo, WI
  6. Teaching Reading. Education for American Indian Students Symposium, 4/2/05, Flagstaff, AZ
  7. Academic Success for American Indian Students: Whose Responsibility? (Keynote). SUN Education Conference, 3/8/03, Cortez, CO
  8. Alternative Certification for Indigenous Language Teachers (Keynote). New Mexico Semi-annual Government-to-government Meeting, 4/23/02, Farmington, NM
  9. Nurturing Native Languages. Advancing Language Immersion Education Conference, National Foreign Language Resource Center, 7/8/98, Honolulu, HI.
  10. Strategies for Language Renewal and Revitalization (Keynote). Fifth Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 5/16/98, Louisville, KY.
  11. Maintaining Native Languages in the Schools (Keynote). South Dakota Association of Bilingual/ Bicultural Education Summer Language Institute, 8/18/94, Rapid City, SD.
  12. Building Support for Bilingual Education Programs (Keynote). North Dakota Bilingual Education Conference, 9/9/93, Bismarck, ND
  13. American Indian Early Childhood Education Program. Pauma School District Summer Institute, 8/23-27/93, Pauma, CA (Facilitator & Keynote Speaker)
  14. American Indian Education Yesterday and Today: 25th Annual University of Montana KYI-YO Youth Conference. 4/29/93, Missoula, MT; Fort Peck Community College, 2/7/92, Poplar, MT (Sponsored by the Montana Committee for the Humanities)
  15. Current Trends in Indian Education (Keynote). First Annual Symposium of Language, Culture and Education: Empowerment Through Partnership. Tuba City Public Schools, 10/15/92, Tuba City, AZ
  16. Current Topics in Indian Education (Keynote). First Annual New Mexico Federation of Teachers Native American Education Conference, 4/25/92, Gallup, NM
Papers presented at professional conferences
International
  1. Confronting the Wounds of Colonialism through Words (Featured Speech), 22nd Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition: Rhetoric and Writing across Language Boundaries, 7/11/11, State College, PA
  2. Indigenous Language Immersion Schools for Strong Indigenous Identities. 18th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium. 5/21/11, Albuquerque, NM
  3. Revitalizing Basque and Other Indigenous Languages and Cultures. The Protection of Cultural Diversity: Language Rights and Legal Protection. 10th Annual International Conference, 3/25/11, Reno, NV
  4. Why Indigenous Language Revitalization?, 16th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 5/2/09, Tempe, AZ
  5. Indigenous Language Immersion Schools for Strong Indigenous Identities, Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America (CELCNA), 3/27/09, Salt Lake City, UT
  6. Indigenous Language Immersion: Some Lessons Learned From Practice, 14th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/2/07, Mt. Pleasant, MI
  7. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, 1996 World Indigenous Peoples Conference, 6/17/96, Albuquerque, NM
  8. Training Needs of American Indian Bilingual Teachers. National Association for Bilingual Education, 23rd Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 2/17/94, Los Angeles, CA
  9. American Indian Languages and United States Language Policy. International Conference on Maintenance and Loss of Minority Languages, 9/2/92, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
  10. A Description of the Rock Point Community School Bilingual Education Program. 9th Annual International Native American Language Issues Institute, 6/8/89, Billings, MT
National
  1. Research Summary on Language and Literacy, 2nd Strengthening Partnerships for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Student Education, 8/9-10/04, Blaine, WA.
  2. Recent American Indian/Alaska Native Research, 32nd National Indian Education Association Annual Convention, 10/29/01, Billings, MT
  3. Language Immersion, 8th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/16/01, Flagstaff, AZ
  4. Language Preservation Strategies: Historical Examples. 6th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Conference, 6/5/99, Tucson, AZ
  5. Strategies for Keeping Indigenous Languages Alive. American Ass. for Applied Linguistics, 3/14/98, Seattle, WA
  6. Yes, Reading is Everything. Third Exemplary Institute, 2/24/98, Albuquerque, NM
  7. Progressive Education and the Indian New Deal, American Educational Research Association, 3/26/97, Chicago, IL
  8. Progressive Education and the Indian New Deal, National Indian Education Association Native Education Research Symposium, 11/13/96, Rapid City, SD
  9. Strategies for Preserving Native American Languages, OBEMLA National Professional Development Institute, 2/18/95, Phoenix, AZ
  10. Factors Affecting the Retention of American Indian & Alaska Native Students in Higher Education, Expanding Minority Opportunities Conference, 1/21/95, Tempe, AZ
  11. Historical Foundations of American Indian Education for Tribal College Teacher Education Programs. American Educational Studies Association, 11/4/93, Chicago, IL
  12. Improving Math. & Science Instruction for Limited English Proficient Middle & High School Students through Language Activities. 3rd National Research Symposium on Limited English Proficient (LEP) Students: Focus on Middle & High School Issues, OBEMLA, U.S. Department of Education, 8/13/92, Arlington, VA
  13. Fitting Them Into the Mold: The Failure to "Americanize" and Educate the American Indian. Annual meeting History of Education Society, 11/26/91, Kansas City, MO
  14. Maintaining and Renewing Native Languages in the Schools. Native American Studies Conference, Lake Superior State University, 11/25/91, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
  15. American Indians and "English-Only" Education. History of Education Society, 11/3/90, Decatur, GA
  16. Does the Effective Schools Research Contain the Answer to the Problems of Indian Education for the 1990's. Native American Studies Conference, Lake Superior State University, 11/17/89, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
  17. Realism, Basal Readers, and Teaching Reading to Ethnic Minority Students (Co-presented with Dr. L. M. Kenney, Western Illinois University). 31st College Reading Association Annual Conference, 10/29/87, Baltimore, MD
  18. Realism in Elementary Basal Reader Stories. 30th College Reading Association Conf., 10/25/86, Knoxville, TN
State & Regional
  1. Indigenous Language Immersion: Some Lessons Learned from Practice, 4th Biennial Conference on the Reclamation of Indigenous Languages, 2/20/08, Mashantucket, CN
  2. Teaching Arizona's Indigenous Languages, Arizona Association for Bilingual Education Annual Conference, 1/30/98, Phoenix, AZ
  3. Development of ESL and Bilingual Education on the Navajo Reservation after World War II, AZ-TESOL 1997 State Conference, 4/25/97, Yuma, AZ
  4. History of Reading Instruction in the Navajo Nation, AZ-TESOL 1996 State Conference, 3/1/96, Chinle, AZ
  5. Inservice Needs of Rural Reservation Teachers (with Harry Lee & David Gabbard). Annual Conference of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators, 4/16/93, Coeur d'Alene, ID
  6. Research Needs in Indian Education. Visiting Scholar at Colloquium on American Indian Education Research and Administration sponsored by the University of Oklahoma, 6/24/88, Norman, OK
  7. A Quality Teacher Education Program for Teachers of Minority Children in the Nineties. Annual conference of the Northwest Association of Teacher Educators, 4/15/88, Spokane, WA
  8. Indian Education: A Failure in Intercultural Communication. 52nd Annual Convention, Western Speech Communication Association, 2/16/81, San Jose, CA
  9. English Political Thought and Education in Late Victorian England. Phi Alpha Theta Regional Meeting, 1974, Las Cruces, NM
Other professional and inservice presentations

International

  1. Indigenous Language Revitalization for Healthy Communities, 20th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/4/13, Flagstaff, AZ
  2. Seventeen Years of SILS: A Retrospective, 17th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/25/10, Eugene, OR
  3. Revitalizing Native Languages in Schools for Academic and Life Success, What is Indigeneity Today and How Can We Make it Matter in Education conference, 7/28/07, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  4. Revitalizing Native Languages in Schools for Academic Success, 14th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/3/07, Mt. Pleasant, MI
  5. Revitalizing Native Languages in Schools for Academic Success, 36th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 2/7/07, San Jose, CA
  6. Native Educators Research Project (with A. Figueira), 35th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 1/18/06, Phoenix, AZ.
  7. Language, Identity, and Academic Success, 12th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/4/05, Victoria, B.C.
  8. Panel Member, Language Revitalization: Why Is It Important? 12th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 6/5/05, Victoria, B.C.
  9. Nurturing Native Languages. 34th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 1/21/05, San Antonio, TX
  10. Nurturing Native Languages: A History of Language Revitalization on the United States Mainland and in Hawaii and New Zealand, 11th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Conference, 6/11/04, Berkeley, CA
  11. A Review of Recent Indigenous Language Revitalization Efforts, 30th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 2/23/01, Phoenix, AZ
  12. Reversing American Indian Language Shift. 26th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 2/6/97, Albuquerque, NM
  13. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, 25th Annual International Bilingual/Mult. Ed. Conf., 3/15/96, Orlando, FL
  14. Tuba City's Quiet Renaissance: Culture Theory as an Umbrella for Comp. Curricular/Institutional Reform (Panel Member). 23rd Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Educ. Conf., 2/19/94, Los Angeles, CA
  15. Native Student Drop-Outs: A Review of School-Based Causes and Solutions. 7th International Native Education Conference, 5/6-7/93, Winnipeg, Canada
  16. NABE No-Cost Let's Do It Ourselves Study on Families: The Results (Panel Member). 20th Annual (NABE) International Bilingual Education Conference. 1/11/91, Washington, DC
National
  1. Indigenous Language Revitalization for Healthy Communities. 43rd National Association for Bilingual Education Conference, 2/13/14, San Diego, CA
  2. Martin, J., Gilbert, W.S., Romero-Little, M.E., Reyhner, J. Promoting Culture and Language Revitalization as a Community Health Measure. National Congress of American Indians 8th Annual Tribal Leader/Scholar Forum, 6/26/13, Reno, NV
  3. Engaging Native American Youth in Learning (Webinar). National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition. 3/26/12
  4. Providing Culturally Responsive Professional Development. National Association for Bilingual Education 41st Annual Conference, 2/15/12, Dallas, TX
  5. (with W.S. Gilbert & L. Lockard). Honoring Our Heritage: Culturally Appropriate Approaches for Teaching Indigenous Students. National Indian Education Association. 10/29/11, Albuquerque, NM
  6. Professional Development--Structured Programs. Administration for Native American's 2011 Language Symposium, 9/12/11, Prior Lake, MN
  7. (1) Why Native Language Revitalization & (2) Developing Better Readers and Writers, National Indian School Board Association Summer Conference, 7/19/10, Ft, McDowell, AZ
  8. Human Rights and American Indian Education and Language Revitalization. Tenth Annual Conference of the American Indian Studies Association, 2/5/09, Tempe, AZ
  9. Developing Reading Fluency in American Indian and Alaska Native Students, 39th National Indian Education Association Convention, 11/24/08, Seattle, WA
  10. Strengthening Families Through Native Language Immersion Schools: Bringing the Generations Together. Partnerships for Indian Education Conference, 7/9/08, Rapid City, SD
  11. Should Indian Education be Child-centered or Elder-centered. 38th National Indian Education Association Convention, 10/26/07, Honolulu, HI
  12. Preventing American Indian Dropouts, National Dropout Prevention Conference, 9/14/07, Phoenix, AZ
  13. Nurturing Native Languages and Cultures in Schools, National Indian School Board Association Summer Institute, 7/24 & 25/06, Denver, CO
  14. Family Literacy, No Child Left Behind's Reading First, Diagnosing and Fixing reading Problems, I Can Read, But I Don't (4 Separate Sessions), Educating Every Child Institute, 4/12/06, San Diego, CA
  15. Humility vs. Self Esteem: What do American Indian Students Need for Academic Success? 36th National Indian Education Association Convention, 10/8/05, Denver, CO
  16. Revitalizing Native Languages and Cultures, National Conference on Indian Education, 4/6/05, Santa Anna Pueblo, NM
  17. Organizer, Language Survival Through Immersion Forum, 35th National Indian Education Association Convention, 10/29/04, Phoenix, AZ
  18. Panelist, Using Native Language and Culture to Promote Success in Indian Students, NIEA/NEA Pre-Convention Summit, 10/17/04, Phoenix, AZ
  19. English and Native Language Development Teaching Culturally Responsive Curricula, Council of Chief State School Officer's Strengthening Partnerships for Native American Student Education, 4/10/03, Denver, CO
  20. "Success for All" and Success for American Indian Students, Panel Presentation, No Child Left Behind: Providing Educational Opportunity for American Indian and Alaska Native Students Conference, 11/22/02, Crystal City, VI
  21. Does "Success for All" Mean Success for Indian Students? 32nd National Indian Education Association Annual Convention, 10/30/01 & 10/31/01, Billings, MT
  22. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, National Indian Education Ass. 27th Annual Meeting, 11/14/96, Rapid City, SD.
  23. What's Still Missing in Basal Readers. 34th CRA Annual Conference, 11/4/90, Nashville, TN
Local, State & Regional
  1. The Power of Reading. Alaska Bilingual Multicultural Education & Equity Conference, 4/27/12, Anchorage, AK
  2. Providing Culturally Based Education for Student Success. Alaska Bilingual Multicultural Education & Equity Conference, 4/26/12, Anchorage, AK
  3. A History of American Indian and Navajo Schooling, 2nd Annual American Indian Teacher Education Conference, 6/11/10, Flagstaff, AZ
  4. Using Culture-, Place-, and Community-based Education to Engage American Indian Students, American Indian Teacher Education Conference, 6/13/ 2009, Flagstaff, AZ
  5. American Indian Learning Styles: Affects of History & Culture, College of America faculty inservice, 8/25/06, Flagstaff, AZ
  6. What Should Be Revitalized along with Language? Mashantucket Language Conference, 2/23/06, Mashantucket, CN
  7. Successes in Other Communities, Language Revitalization Symposium, 5/27/05, Cherokee, NC
  8. Native Languages & No Child Left Behind, Math, Science & Technology: Preserving Our Past, Shaping Our Future Conference, 7/22/04, Bismarck, ND
  9. Teaching Language & Literacy to Native American Children. Math, Science & Technology: Preserving Our Past, Shaping Our Future Conference, 7/23/04, Bismarck, ND
  10. Nurturing Native Languages and Cultures. 32nd Annual Symposium on the American Indian, 4/15/04, Talequah, OK.
  11. American Indian Identity and No Child Left Behind. 32nd Annual Symposium on the American Indian, 4/14/04, Talequah, OK.
  12. Revitalizing, Languages, Revitalizing Communities, Revitalizing Lives. Revitalizing Algonquian Languages Conference: Sharing Effective Language Renewal Practices II, 2/20/2004, Mashantucket, CT.
  13. Revitalizing Languages, Revitalizing Communities. 5th Annual Learn in Beauty Conference, 6/21/03, Flagstaff, AZ
  14. Motivating Navajo and Other Indian Students. SUN Education Conference, 3/8/03, Cortez, CO
  15. Keeping Children in School. SUN Education Conference, 3/8/03, Cortez, CO
  16. Reading and Culture Teacher Inservice, Shiprock High School, 2/7/03, Shiprock, NM
  17. Language Nests, Yuman Language Conference, 1/17/03, Parker, AZ
  18. Revitalizing Severely Endangered Languages, Revitalizing Algonquian Language Conf., 2/22/02, Mashantucket, CT.
  19. (with Ann Batchelder). The Future of DinŽ Education, 13th Annual Navajo Studies Conf., 10/19/01, Flagstaff, AZ
  20. ESL for Middle School Students, Inservice for Whiteriver Middle School, 8/12/99, Whiteriver, AZ
  21. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages: Issues & Examples Panel Discussion with James Crawford, Annenberg/NAU Learn in Beauty Summer Institute, 7/19/99, Bird Springs, AZ
  22. Language & Learning: Motivating Native American Students. Language & Learning: The Native American Child, Santa Fe Public Schools Indian Education Program, 4/10/99, Santa Fe, NM. Also on Panels for Cultural Identity: Success or Failure & Bilingual Issues for Native Languages.
  23. California Reading Initiative, Research Services Brown-bag Discussion, 10/27/97
  24. One hundred years Indian Education in Northern Arizona, Peace Corps Fellows Seminar, 10/17/97
  25. An inquiry into 100 years of teaching on Arizona’s Indian Reservations. Colloquium on the Arts, Cultures, & Sciences of the Colorado Plateau and Great Southwest sponsored by NAU, the NAU Foundation, & the Museum of Northern Arizona broadcast on the NAU public access channel, 9/26/97, Flagstaff, AZ
  26. Speaker, Reading Issues Round Table sponsored by the California State University Center for the Improvement of Reading Instruction, 9/18/97, Long Beach, CA.
  27. Language Renewal Issues Related to Literacy, Language and Literacy Symposium (3rd Symposium of the Goals 2000 Preservice Reading Partnership), Los Angeles County Office of Education, 9/19/97, Long Beach, CA.
  28. Current Trends in American Indian Education, 1997 CEE/NAU Celebration of Teaching Honors Week Program, 4/10/97, Flagstaff, AZ.
  29. Stabilizing Indigenous Languages & 2) Progressive Education on the Navajo Reservation, 1996 Navajo Nation Fall Education Conference, 11/18/96, Flagstaff, AZ
  30. Ways to Keep Your Language Strong (with G. Cantoni), 5th Annual Symposium on Language Culture and Education, 9/25/96, Tuba City, AZ.
  31. Connecting Tradition to Modern Education, 22nd Annual Alaska Bilingual Multicultural Education Equity Conference, 2/9/96, Anchorage, AK
  32. Where Bilingual Education is Today: The Impact of "English Only" and "English Plus," Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium (with Ann Kessler), 2/6/96, Anchorage, AK
  33. Methods of Teaching Indigenous Languages, Poplar Public Schools, 3/31-4/1/95, Poplar, MT
  34. Before it's too late: The Tuba City Schools' plan for bolstering endangered indigenous languages (panel member), 24th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Educ. Conference, 2/17/95, Phoenix, AZ
  35. Images of Native Americans in Children's & Young Adult Literature, National Endowment for the Humanities Teacher/Librarian Workshop, Montana State University-Billings, 11/12/94, Billings, MT
  36. Indians in Education. Native American Day, Montana State University-Billings, 9/30/94, Billings, MT
  37. Whole Language for Native Americans. Eastern Montana Catholic Education Days, 9/29/94, Billings, MT
  38. Effective Language Education Practices. South Dakota Association of Bilingual/Bicultural Education Summer Language Institute, 8/19/94, Rapid City, SD
  39. Roots of Ethnic Tension in Tuba City. Tuba City Public Schools Leadership Academy, 8/9/94, Tuba City, AZ
  40. Teaching Reading to Indian Students. Badlands Reading Council, 11/17/93, Kadoka, SD
  41. Preventing American Indian Dropouts. 2nd Annual Symposium of Language, Culture and Education: The Politics of Language and Cultural Survival, Tuba City Public Schools, 9/15/93, Tuba City, AZ
  42. Integrating Language, Math and Science for LEP Students & 2) Preventing American Indian Dropouts. North Dakota Bilingual Education Conference, 9/9-10/93, Bismarck, ND
  43. Integrating Math, Science, and Language in a Bilingual/Multicultural Setting (with D. Davison & K. Miller). Rocky Boy School District, 8/11-13/93, Rocky Boy, MT
  44. Spreading the Good Word: Recent Children's Indian Books and Publishing Native Americans (with Jim Perlman). Literary Encounters: Native American Literature and Culture Conf., 6/25/93, Bozeman, MT.
  45. Native Student Drop-Outs: A Review of School-Based Causes and Solutions. Inservice for School District No. 27 (Cariboo-Chilcotin), 5/10/93, Williams Lake, BC, Canada.
  46. Native Student Drop-Outs: A Review of School-Based Causes and Solutions. 7th International Native Education Conference, 5/6-7/93, Winnipeg, Canada.
  47. Language Acquisition Across the Curriculum. First Annual Symposium of Language, Culture and Education: Empowerment Through Partnership. Tuba City Public Schools, 10/15/92, Tuba City, AZ
  48. An Indian Education Knowledge Base, 10th Montana Indian Ed. (MIEA) Conference, 4/6/92, Billings, MT
  49. American Indian History in Social Studies, Montana Education Association IPD Convention, Montana Council for the Social Studies sectional, 10/18/91, Billings, MT
  50. A Gifted and Talented Model Program at St. Stephens Indian School (Panel Member), 13th Annual Wyoming Multicultural Institute, 11/5/91, Riverton, WY
  51. Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) Panel. Montana Association for Bilingual Education (MABE), Eleventh Annual Statewide Conference, 6/17/91, Billings, MT
  52. Strategies for Preventing Dropouts, 9th Annual MIEA Conference, 4/29/91, Billings, MT
  53. Multicultural Curriculum Development & 2) Panel Member for "ESL Certification Issues and Concerns." MABE, Tenth Annual Meeting, 6/4-5/90, Great Falls, MT
  54. Using American Indian Literature in the Classroom. National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Northwest Regional Conference, 4/7/90, Billings, MT
  55. Adapting Instruction to Culture & 2) Creating Effective Schools. Rock Point Community School Inservice, 1/27/89. Rock Point, AZ
  56. Teaching ESL for Secondary Teachers. 6th Annual Reservation-Area ESL Conf., 10/18/88. Chinle, AZ
  57. Bilingual/Bicultural Materials Development. South Dakota Association for Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Summer Language Institute, 8/17/88, Rapid City, SD
  58. Effective language education practices and tribal language survival. International Native American Language Issues Institute, Language Issues Workshop, 8/5/88, Choctaw, OK
  59. Bilingual Education for North American Indian Students. Chicago Public Schools' "Successful Practices and Programs in North American Indian Education" Conference, 6/2/88, Lincolnwood, IL
  60. Ingredients for a Successful Bilingual Program & 2) Teaching ESL in the Content Areas. Wyoming Multicultural Institute, 4/9/88, Riverton, WY
  61. Considerations in Educating the Indian Child. State of MT Parent Training Institute, 2/9/88, Billings, MT
  62. Empowering Indian and Other Minority Students & 2) Using Indian Literature with Indian Students. 3rd Annual Staff Devel. Day, Northern MT Shared Consultant Services Project, 2/1/88, Havre, MT
  63. Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach & 2) The Importance of Indian Stories in a Reading Program for Indian Students. WY State Multicultural Institute, 3/21/87, Riverton, WY
  64. The Bilingual Exceptional Child. Council for Exceptional Children Conference, 3/12/87, Billings, MT
  65. Teaching the Indian Child: A Bilingual/Multicultural Approach. South Dakota Association of Bilingual/Bicultural Education Annual Meeting, 2/20/87, Rapid City, SD
  66. Stories for Native American Children. Parent Training Institute, 2/3/87, Billings, MT. Sponsored by Montana Office of Public Instruction (OPI).
  67. Using Micro-computers to Develop Native Language Materials. Montana Education Association Annual Meeting, 10/16/86, Billings, MT
  68. Using Micro-computers to Develop Native Language Materials. 6th MABE Conf., 7/24/86, Billings, MT
  69. Curriculum Development. State of Montana Bilingual Parent Training Institute, 3/18/86, Billings, MT
  70. Bilingual Program Models. 26th Annual Arizona Indian Education Conference, 1985, Tempe, AZ
III. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Successful grant writing

  • 2008: $10,000 from Lannan Foundation to support attendance of Indian Community members to the 15th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium.
  • 2005: $22,000 Subgrant from Arizona State University's Native Educators Research Project to do a Comprehensive Cross Analysis of Case Studies.
  • 1997: $10,000: from Lannan Foundation to support attendance of Indian Community members to the 4th and 5th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium.
  • 1986-89: $564,305 for a three year Title VII Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program at Eastern Montana College.
Consulting
  • Invited "leading researcher." Language and Literacy Development in Young Language Minority Children: Research, Policy and Practice Roundtable, Washington, D.C., 4/16-17/08.
  • Consultant, Mid-Continent Comprehensive Center for developing an on-line American Indian Education KnowledgeBase, 10/06-6/07
  • Consultant. Reviewer of MediaSmart DVD, Grade 11 script of Native American portrayals in movies/television for sensitivity issues for McDougal Littell Literature 2008 program. 11/06
  • Member, Arizona State Department of Education Solutions Team for Mt. Tipton School, 4/24-26/06, Dolan Springs, AZ
  • Presentation on Suggested Interventions Based on Different Stages of Language Endangerment to Ontario First Nations Language Action Group, 4/21/06, Toronto, CA
  • Member, Advisory Work Group for "Assessing Designs for a Comprehensive Repository for Native Language Materials" for the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, 2004-2005
  • Member, Advisory Committee, Strengthening Partnerships for American Indian Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Student Education Initiative, Council of Chief State School Officers, 2004.
  • Evaluator: Dennehotso Boarding School, Title VII Bilingual Education Program, 2000-2002; Pryor Public Schools Bilingual Program, Pryor, MT, 1993-96; Tuba City Junior High School Transitional Bilingual Program, Tuba City, AZ, 95-96; Tuba City Primary School Title VII Bilingual Program, Tuba City, AZ 93-94; Workshop on Diversity and Tolerance: Native Americans and the Bill of Rights, Billings, MT, 10/91; American Indian Studies Program, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, 9/91; Title VII Bilingual Education Program K-3, Title VII Bilingual Ed. Program 4-6, Title VII Bilingual Education Program 7-9, Busby School of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Busby, MT, 88; National Origin Desegregation Assistance Grant, Bilingual Ed. State Education Agency Program for Montana, Office of Public Instruction (OPI), Helena, MT, 1987.
  • Commissioned Author: Literature review on American Indian and Alaska Native education for WESTAT, Inc., 2000; U.S. Department of Education (USDE), Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs, 92. USDE, Indian Nations at Risk Task Force, 90-91.
  • Member, Urban Districts Administrators Panel, sponsored by McDougal Littell, a Houghton Mifflin Co., 10/24/97, Chicago, IL
  • Inservice Training on American Indian Education, 8/12/97 & 10/1/97, Polacca Day School, Polacca, AZ.
  • Team Leader, BIA Office of Indian Education Programs (OIEP) School Monitoring/Evaluation Teams: Crystal Boarding School, Crystal, NM, 3/94; Wingate High School, Fort Wingate, NM, 1/94; Tonalea School, Tonalea, AZ, 12/93; Crazy Horse School, Wanblee, SD , 11/93. Member, OIEP Teams: Tuba City Boarding School, Tuba City, AZ, 3/93; Teec Nos Pos Boarding School, Teec Nos Pos, AZ, 1/93; Shonto Boarding School, Shonto, AZ, 3/92; Chuska Boarding School, Tohachi, NM, 12/91; Crownpoint Community School, Crownpoin t, NM, 10/91; Aneth Community School, Montezuma Creek, UT, 2/91.
  • Commissioned Author: U.S. Department of Education (USDE), Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs, 6/92-8/92. USDE, Indian Nations at Risk Task Force, 10/90-4/91.
  • Curriculum Consultant: Rocky Boy Public Schools, Rocky Boy, MT, 12/92; Heart Butte Public Schools Bilingual Program, Heart Butte, MT, 4/92; Browning Public Schools Bilingual Programs, Browning, MT, 2/92; Wyoming Indian School Special Alternatives Instructional Bilingual Education Project, Ethete, WY, 3/91; Pryor Public Schools, MT, Spring, 1986.
  • Planner, Montana Office of Public Instruction, Bilingual Conference, 1/89.
  • Northern Arizona Univ., Developing a model Indian Teacher Education Program, Flagstaff, AZ, 6/87.
  • Reports Authored: State of MT Limited English Proficiency Survey (with R. Lord). Helena, MT: OPI. 1986 & 1987. Final Performance Reports: Bilingual Education School of Education Program & Bilingual Education Teacher Training Program. Billings, MT: EMC, 1986.
  • National Indian Bilingual Center, Using microcomputers in bilingual education. Colcord, OK, 9/12/86.
Fellowships, research affiliations, etc.
  • Co-investigator. Native Educators: Interface with Culture and language in Schooling, American Indian & Alaska Native Education Research Grant, U.S. Dept. of Education through Arizona State University, 2001-2006.
  • Research Affiliate: Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence (CREDE) at the University of California, Santa Cruz, 1996-2000; National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning, U.C. Santa Cruz, 1993-95.
  • Member, University of Colorado/BUENO TDI (Training, Development, and Improvement) Program to institutionalize bilingual/multicultural education in Schools of Education, 1994-95.
  • Newberry Library Fellowship for one month in residence at the library's D'Arcy McNickle Center for the Study of the American Indian, Chicago, IL, 8-9/90.
Service

To Educational Specialties

  • Chair: BME faculty search committee, Spring 2007.
  • Member: ESP Peer Review 1996 & 1997; Faculty Incentives Taskforce 1995-96; ESP Merit Pay Committee, 11/95.
To College of Education
  • Principal Investigator, Navajo-Hopi Leadership Grant, 2009-2010
  • Co-chair, American Indian Teacher Education Conferences, Flagstaff, AZ, June 12-13, 2009 & June 11-12, 2010.
  • Coordinator: Title VII Bilingual Doctoral Fellowship Program 2000-2002 and Title VII Learn in Beauty Teacher Training Program, 2000-2003
  • Member College Committees: Hopi Teachers for Hopi Schools Steering Committee, 2001-2003; Technology Committee, 1999-2000; Promotion & Tenure Committee, Fall 1999; Summer Sessions Review, Fall 1997; Native American Council, 1997-1998; Summer School Planning. Fall 1997; Planning Committee for CEE Partnership Conference, 1997; C & I Doctoral Steering Committee, 1996-1998. C & I Doctoral Admissions Committee, 1996-1998; Peace Corps Admissions Advisory Committee, 4/98
  • Facilitator, OBEMLA Conference on Stabilizing Indigenous Languages, 11/17/94-11/19/94, Flagstaff, AZ
To Northern Arizona University
  • Reader, Diversity Awards, 4/07, Native American Convocation Award Nominations, 4/07
  • Participant, Colleague-to-Colleague Faculty Mentorship Program, 8/06-5/07
  • Reviewed application for promotion to Professor for Department of Modern Languages, 8/06
  • Mentor to new faculty member is Health Sciences, 2006-07
  • Reviewed applications for NAU Teacher/Scholar Award, 3/06
  • On-site facilitator: No Child Left Behind: Education of American Indian Students Conference, Flagstaff, AZ, April 2, 2003 (Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education's Region VII Office for Civil Rights)
  • Member: Faculty Senate, 2001-Now; Academic Standards Committee, 2003; Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2000-2001
  • Co-chair: Eighth Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 2000-2001; Fourth Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium, 1996-1997.
To Profession
  • Member, Advisory Work Group for "Assessing Designs for a Comprehensive Repository for Native Language Materials" for the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, 2004-2005.
  • Coordinator, Steering Committee for the Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Conferences. 1996 to Now.
  • Web Master, Teaching Indigenous Language web site at http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/TIL.html and American Indian Education web site at http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/AIE/.
  • Team Leader reading Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs (OBEMLA) Grant Proposals: Comprehensive School Grants, 3/00; Program Improvement, 6/95; Special Alternative Bilingual Education Proposals, 3/93.
  • Resource Person, Mountain Plains Regional Resource Center American Indian Dropout Teleconference, 2/17/00.
  • Member, Programme Committee for conference on "Endangered Languages - What Role for the Specialist" sponsored by the Foundation for Endangered Languages, to be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, 9/25-27/1998
  • Member, Planning Committees: 5th, 6th, & 7th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposiums, 1998-2000.
  • Reviewed proposals for National Small & Rural Schools Conference in Tucson 6/17/97
  • Reader: Entries for the Mike Charleston Award for outstanding paper on education by a Native American researcher, 2/97; Proposals for American Indian/Alaska Native SIG for 1997 American Educational Research Association annual conference; 1997 National Association for Bilingual Education Conference, Albuquerque, NM; U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Administration for Native Americans - Language Preservation Proposals, 4/11, 4/09, 4/07, 4/06 & 5/95; U. S. Dept. of Education, Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Language Affairs - Systemwide Improvement Grants, 5/97; Program Improvement (Team Chair) 6/95; Special Alternative Bilingual Education Proposals (Team Chair), 3/93; Family Literacy Proposals, 12/91; Special Alternative Bilingual Education Proposals, 12/88.
  • Coordinator, Native American Education Institute, 25th Annual International Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, 3/15/96, Orlando, FL
  • Member, Navajo North Central Outcomes-Based Accreditation Team, Monument Valley H.S., Kayenta, AZ, 3/1/94
  • Co-chair, Ninth Annual Native American Language Issues Institute, 8/88-6/89.
  • Member, State-wide Committees: Communications Action Group for Project Excellence: Designing Education for the Next Century (Designed and recommended new accreditation standards for public schools in Montana) 11/87-1/88; Planning Committee, Montana Ass ociation for Bilingual Education, 1986-89 (This committee plans the annual Montana Bilingual Training Institute).
  • Helped prepare Montana Office of Public Instruction accreditation reports for Spanish and German teaching minors and Native American Studies for Teachers Program, Spring, 1995.
Previous Service at Montana State University-Billings (formerly Eastern Montana College
  • Prof. Development School Team, St. Charles School, Pryor, MT. 9/92-6/93 & 9/94-5/95. MSU-B College of Education Committees: Teacher Education & Teacher Education Subcommittee, 9/94-8/95; Unit Rank and Tenure, Dept. of C. & I., 8/91-6/93; Ad visory and Student Selection for the Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program, 1/86-12/92; Planning Committee for Divisional Reorganization. 6/88-7/88; Alternative Teacher Certification, 10/90-4/91; Study Group 3 to design a knowledge and skills base for teacher education, 6/87-1/88.
  • Vice-Chair, MSU-B Academic Senate (5/90-5/92), School of Education Elected Representative (also Academic Senate Committee on Committees), 11/89-92. At large member 5/92-8/95.
  • Chair Search Committees: Language Arts, 2/95-6/95 & 9/90-6/91; Native American Studies, 5/88-7/88; Curriculum Specialist Position, Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program, 10/91-12/91
  • Member Search Committees: Spanish, 1/92-5/92; Language Arts, 3/90-6/90; Coordinator of Indian Bilingual Teacher Training Program, 4/87 & 11/89; Upward Bound Director, 4/90-5/90; Native American Studies, 5/90-7/90.
  • Member, MSU-B University-wide Committees: Graduate Faculty, 12/86-8/95; Candidacy Admission Review (CAR) Subcommittee of the Graduate Committee, 10/90-6/93; Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 9/92-4/93; Executive Committee, Eastern Montana College Fac ulty Association, 8/92-6/93; Sabbatical Committee, 1/92; Alternate, Research and Creative Endeavor (RACE) Committee, 10/91-8/92; Charles Beardly Native American Studies Scholarship Committee (Academic Years 1989-91); Polaroid Pre-Engineering and Shell Scholarship Committees 1989-90; Rank and Tenure Committee (1986-87) for Jeanne Eder.
Professional memberships
  • National Indian Education Association, National Association for Bilingual Education & Indigenous Bilingual Education SIG, Phi Delta Kappa, History of Education Society, Phi Alpha Theta (inactive).
IV. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
  • Solutions Team Advance Training, Phoenix, AZ, 12/18/06 & Initial Training, Arizona Department of Education, Phoenix, AZ, 1/9/06-1/10/06.
  • Red Rock Great Teaching Retreat, Springdale, Utah, 2/9/06-2/11/06.
  • Solutions Teams Initial Training, Arizona Department of Education, Phoenix, AZ, 1/9/06-1/10/06.
  • Navajo Education Technology Consortium/Educational Technology Improvement Plan computer training 8/8/01-17/01
  • Invited Participant, Biliteracy Research Technical Assistance Workshop, 6/28/01, San Francisco, CA.
  • Invited Participant, Bridging Ecological Restoration & Native Language Revitalization in Indigenous Communities Retreat, NAU Center for Sustainable Environments, 6/17-18/01, Flagstaff, AZ.
  • Interactive Instructional Television Training, 11/1 & 15/96, Northern Arizona University Office of Instructional Development.
V. ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES

Advisement

  • Advise BME undergraduate and masters program students.
Dissertation and thesis committees
  • Currently chairing one doctoral committee, Co-chaired C & I doctoral dissertation committee (defended successfully 12/99) and serving on dissertation committees for one student in EDL and one in the NAU English Department (defended successfully 4/99).
  • Member, doctoral committee for a student at Lesley College who finished 4/98.
  • At Montana State University-Billings I chaired several Masters Thesis as well as Masters Professional Papers
Courses taught

Northern Arizona University--Foundations of Bilingual Education; Literacy/Biliteracy Development; Integrating Language & Content Instruction; *Bilingual Methodology; *Content Based English Instruction for LEP Students; Whole Language Approach to Teaching LEP Students; *Foundations of Bilingual and ESL Instruction; *BME Graduate Seminar, Teaching Native American Students, Parent and Community Involvement in Bilingual and ES L Programs; Montana State University-Billings--*Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum, *Integrating Math, Science, and Language in a Bilingual/Multicultural Setting, *History of Indian Education, *Foundations of Indian Bilingual/Multicultur al Education, Curriculum Theory and Design, Social Issues of the Native American, Methods and Materials: Social Studies in the Elementary School, Foundations of Reading, *Recent Research in Indian Education, Recent Trends in Indian Education, Preventing A merican Indian Dropouts, *Native American Learning Styles, Introduction to Native American Studies, Issues in Indian Education, Teaching the Bilingual/Multicultural Student, Bilingual Education Seminar, Teaching Reading to the Indian Student, Teaching Rea ding/Language Arts in a Multicultural/Bilingual Setting, Bilingual/Multicultural Curriculum and Materials Development, Principles of Curriculum Development, Grantwriting for Indian Education, Teaching ESL, Bilingual Education Seminar, Student teacher supe rvision (elementary and secondary); Fort Peck Community College, Poplar, MT--Methods for Teaching Indigenous Languages; Diné College, Tuba City, AZ Campus--Foundations of Education; Bilingual/Bicultural Education & Curriculum Development; Yavapai Community College, Prescott, AZ--Children's Literature; Northland Pioneer College, Holbrook, AZ--Introduction to Computers
* = Graduate Courses.

Listed in the 59th Edition of Marquis Who's Who (2000), 26th Edition of Marquis Who's Who in the West 1998-1999, and the 2003 Marquis Who's Who in America


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