Technical Assistance Resources

Data Sharing Agreements – October 2021 This webinar walked through important considerations for developing collaborative partnerships and developing data sharing agreements including a general data sharing agreement template.
Day 3: Data-Driven Decision Making – June 2021 The third session introduced the concept of data-driven decision making, how to integrate this into program planning and implementation, and how it works with logic models and evaluation.
Day 2: Logic Models – June 2021 The second session in this three part series provided an opportunity to work through creating a logic model and how the logic model fits into program evaluation.
Day 1: Logic Models – June 2021 The first session in this three part series provided an introduction to logic models, walks through how to create one, and provides a number of models and templates.
Logic Models: A Tool for Effective Program Planning, Collaboration, and Monitoring
Why Build a Logic Model
Introducing the Education Logic Model (ELM) Application
Logic Model Toolkit
Blank Logic Model Template
Logic Model Development Guide
Indigenous Evaluation Framework
ARP-AIRE Talking Circle – January 2022 This ARP-AIRE Talking Circle focused on sharing technical assistance resources and contact information, budget reminders and revisions, the LEA agreement requirement as well as general questions from grantees regarding the program.
ARP-AIRE Budget Revision Workshop – December 2021 This webinar provided an overview of the budget revision process and a walk through of the Optional Budget Revision Tool.
ARP-AIRE Program Orientation – December 2021 This webinar provided an overview of the ARP-AIRE grant program and requirements for new ARP-AIRE grantees.
OIE’s Native American Heritage Month Celebration 2021
Pre-Application Webinar #1: July 28, 2021 This webinar provided potential applicants with background on the ARP-AIRE Grant Program as well as an overview of the grant competition. During the webinar OIE reviewed the following topics: Background of the ARP-AIRE Grant & Overview of the Grant Competition, Application/Program Requirements & Eligibility, Absolute Priority, Competitive Preference Priority, Statutory Hiring Preference, Application Instructions, Federal Grant Application Systems; and a Review of Resources & Upcoming Webinar. Click here for a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation.
Pre-Application Webinar #2: August 5, 2021 This webinar highlighted the relationship between the Absolute Priority, Selection Criteria, and Application. The intent was to highlight the connection between key components when building a project narrative. A brief overview of the first webinar was also included. Click here for a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation.
Distance Learning Session 12: Virtual Share Fair – June 2021 This distance learning session provided an opportunity for grantee’s virtual learning programs to be highlighted and best practices and challenges to be shared. This session culminated the distance learning series for this year.
Distance Learning Session 11: Student Engagement – May 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for increasing online student engagement through effective interactions and student choice featuring Google Keep, Edublogs, Book Creator, Spreaker, and Google Sites.
Distance Learning Session 10: Games and More! – May 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for creating virtual games featuring Doozy, Flippity, Tiny Tap, Oodlü, and Goosechase.
Distance Learning Session 9: Virtual Field Trips – April 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for creating and engaging students in online field trips featuring a multitude of resources for ready made field trips and custom created by you field trips.
Distance Learning Session 8: Small Group Engagement – April 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for engaging students in small groups focusing on social, logistical, and motivational considerations.
Distance Learning Session 7: Virtual Assessment – March 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for assessing learning virtually featuring Kahoot, Flipgrid, and Formative.
Distance Learning Session 6: Audio and Video Recording – March 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for creating audio and video recordings featuring Vocaroo, Screencastify, Screencast-o-matic, Animoto, and Zoom.
Distance Learning Session 5: Collaborating Online – February 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for collaborating virtually with students and staff featuring Edmodo and Google Classroom.
Distance Learning Session 4: Engaging Students Offline – February 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for engaging students offline featuring the Yukon Koyukuk School District.
Distance Learning Session 3: Communicating with Students and Families – January 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for effective virtual communication with families and students featuring Bloomz, ClassDojo, and Remind.
Distance Learning Session 2: Surveys and Forms – January 2021 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for creating and using surveys and forms featuring Google Forms and Survey Monkey.
Distance Learning Session 1: Platforms – December 2020 This distance learning session provides a walkthrough, tips, and strategies for using online learning platforms featuring Zoom and Google Meet.
Trauma and Resilience in Tribal Communities: Part 1 An introduction to research on trauma as it relates to AI/AN people and tribal communities, including trauma types, brain science, developmental and behavioral effects, and the interconnected nature of historical and current traumas. Also includes practice scenarios and significant attention to resilience strategies. This is Part 1 of a two-part series.
Trauma and Resilience in Tribal Communities: Part 2 An introduction to research on trauma as it relates to AI/AN people and tribal communities, including trauma types, brain science, developmental and behavioral effects, and the interconnected nature of historical and current traumas. Also includes practice scenarios and significant attention to resilience strategies. This is Part 2 of a two-part series.