Hosted by Northern Arizona University, the Teaching Indigenous Languages website offers a wealth of pedagogical information on language revitalization. For instance, they offer a range of useful links on teaching methods for different indigenous languages like Maori and Navajo. The website also links to an opensource article, “Rationale and Needs for Stabilizing Indigenous Languages,” by Jon Reyhner that can be used as a supplementary resource that helps explain how the rights indigenous groups have to their respective languages as well as how these languages are important sources of cultural knowledge and kinship. You can also have students explore the statuses of different languages themselves as the website also contains helpful links to the UNESCO Atlas of the Worlds Languages in Danger and Ethnologue where students can look up where different languages are spoken as well as their population of speakers for each language.