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Educator Resources

We offer a range of resources for our educators. In addition to resources for the programs we offer, we also offer hands-on, interactive professional development workshops; a Resource Center to help you fulfill the Act 31 requirements within your classroom; and an Educator Newsletter to keep you updated on everything that is happening and upcoming.

Act 31 Resource Center

Act 31 requires that all public school districts provide instruction in the history, sovereignty, and culture of the 11 federally-recognized tribes and bands in Wisconsin. This must be included in the curriculum at least twice during the elementary years and once in high school.

Feeling overwhelmed or unsure of how to integrate Tribal materials or content into your curricula? With numerous resources at her disposal, Bridget Nash, Curator of Social Sciences and School Liaison, can help by providing information, training, and technical assistance to teachers and school districts in teaching and learning about each of the Wisconsin American Indian nations and tribal communities.¬†Contact Bridget Nash at 262-653-4423 or [email protected] for more information.

 

Educator Newsletter

The Educator Newsletter is updated quarterly and includes information on Teacher Preview Nights, special exhibitions, teacher resources, professional development opportunities and so much more!

Link to the Educator Newsletter: Educator Newsletter

 

Program Resources for Educators

We are happy to offer resources to supplement your classroom curriculum, or to enhance a field trip experience for PreK through grade 12 students with free, downloadable resources including exhibit guides, learning guides, literature connections, community resources and website links.¬†Contact Bridget Nash at 262-653-4423 or [email protected] for more information.