Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Blueprintâ„¢
Creating Space in Our Community for Learning, Growing and Appreciation
NDNAEU 2 “Learning & Storytelling”, NDNAEU 3 “Sharing & Generosity”, NDNAEU 6 “Native Contributions”, NDNAEU 7 “Native Identity”
Compelling QuestionWhat has improved in your community? What and who inspired the improvement. 
Standards and PracticesN/A
Staging the QuestionWhat needs improvement in your community? What steps need to be taken to make this possible?
Supporting Question 1 
The Dunseith park board approached the high school art teacher for idea to improve park building with a painted mural. Teacher sent out an email to teachers k-12.
Formative Performance Task
Look into the building codes for the city, and or tribe and follow to make improvements in your area. Art teacher gave a tribal elder/teacher and her grandchildren a task of coming up with a plan to incorporate culture for the community of Dunseith. Elder and grandchildren kept in mind education and the Anishinaabe culture in the community. Our people like to fish and swim. 
Featured Sources These pictures were taken in Dunseith of the mural made and painted by the Dunseith High School.
SUMMATIVE PERFORMANCE TASK: Supported Claim (written/spoken) or Demonstration of Process (project-based)Students will get input from classmates, school community, tribe, or city through survey.
SUMMATIVE PERFORMANCE TASK: ExtensionStudents will share their plan with the school building committee or tribe or town council.
Taking Informed Action / Real World ApplicationStudents plan will be shared in newspaper and in hallway. School newspaper and email will give updates as progress is made. 
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