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Iva Moss-Redman

Northern Arapaho
The American Indian Teacher Training Program (AITTP) at the University of Utah prepared Iva
Moss-Redman to lead in her classroom and school as an indigenous educator. Iva taught middle
school mathematics, computer science, Arapaho Language, and Science, Technology,
Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) for 15 years. In 2014, Iva obtained a Master of Science in
Natural Science with an emphasis in Middle Level Mathematics, which helped her study how
Northern Arapaho knowledge systems worked with mathematics and the common core standards.

In her thesis, she wrote about Arapaho symbolism and symmetry. Incorporating the Northern
Arapaho symbols in her lessons built her students' knowledge of mathematics. This fall, Iva has
joined the Indigenous Knowledge for Effective Education Program (IKEEP) team as a doctoral
student and research assistant. Iva’s interest focuses upon indigenous education and training
indigenous educators. Prior to joining our staff, Iva mentored the IKEEP students, working with
pre-service teachers before they entered the classroom. One of her goals is to give the indigenous
teachers a strong foundation to teach as they prepare for their career in teaching.

My Speakers Sessions

Monday, September 28

11:00am MDT

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