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Indigenous Arts and Sciences Summer 2019 Institute - Bad River & Red Cliff

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Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 - Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Red Cliff and Bad River, WI

Indigenous Arts and Sciences is a joint initiative of the Bad River,
Ho-Chunk, Lac Courte Oreilles, Lac du Flambeau, and Red Cliff Nations and
Earth Partnership (UW-Madison). Funding for Indigenous Arts and Sciences
initiatives is provided by the National Science Foundation.

*What is an IAS Institute?*
Professional development to engage educators in ecological restoration and
water stewardship rooted in Indigenous knowledge.
*Who Can Participate?*
Community members, teachers, college students, resource specialists,
scientists, and professors!
We welcome anyone who is interested in the goals of the Earth Partners W
IAS
initiatives:

 * Linking environmental concerns to academic achievement across disciplines
 * Integrating Indigenous perspectives and experience with ecological
   restoration education
 * Partnering with communities to broaden participation and generate
   enthusiasm among Native youth to become the next generation of
   environmental stewards
 * Addressing the needs of K-12 educators for culturally accurate and
   authentic resources across the curriculum to fulfill Act 31 requirements

Learn how to integrate culturally relevant pedagogy, STEM, and environmental
stewardship into your teaching! IAS institutes include training in DOTS
(Digital Observation Technology Skills) Kits, developed by Upham Woods/UW
Extension.

REGISTRATION - Bad River & Red Cliff Indigenous Arts and Sciences (IAS) [1]
*Graduate Credit (optional)*
UW-Madison graduate credits (2-3, depending on total contact hours) are
available for participation. Tuition is waived - the only cost is a
registration fee ($135 for 2 credits; $165 for 3 credits). There is no
institute cost for participants not pursuing credit.
http://registration.eop.education.wisc.edu/index.aspx?id=323

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