Interactive Resources for Teachers
Resources for Teachers
- Department of Public Instruction American Indian Studies
- UW-Madison School of Education "Why Act 31"
The "Why Act 31" multimedia resource will be ever evolving based on feedback from teacher candidates, teachers, educational leaders, and the Indian Nations and communities of Wisconsin. Additionally, the "Why Act 31" resource promotes commonly recommended multimedia resources available to educators such as Dr. Patty Loew's Indian Nations of Wisconsin: Histories of Endurance and Renewal, Finn Ryan's The Ways, and Dr. Ronald Satz's Chippewa Treaty Rights: The Reserved Rights of Wisconsin’s Chippewa Indians in Historical Perspective. The project will promote awareness of educational Act 31 to teacher candidates (pre-service) and in-service teachers.
University of Wisconsin Green Bay Resources
ENGAGE: State Tribal Local Government
This is a new series on Wisconsin government called "ENGAGE: State-Tribal-Local-Government". It is meant to be used by both teachers and students to help foster an understanding of important concepts within those three areas of government and it is done through a documentary-style of story telling. Activities, videos, as well as student/teacher/school standards are included at no cost online.