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Wonder on Wheels Curriculum

The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Leadership Institute of the Santa Fe Indian School, The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian, and the Indian Education Division of the Public Education Department of the State of New Mexico have partnered to support the conceptual development of the Indigenous New Mexico—Sharing the Wonders of Our World! curriculum packet.

The focus of the curriculum is on the three land-based tribal groups in New Mexico (Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo), which include 24 distinctive tribal communities. The primary goal of the Indigenous New Mexico—Sharing the Wonders of Our World! curriculum is to provide students with an experiential education program that enriches understanding of how Indigenous People of New Mexico have worked to build, maintain and sustain their way of life and their distinctive tribal communities.

MIAC is pleased to share its "Indigenous New Mexico - Sharing the Wonders of Our World" curriculum.

The curriculum is available HERE.