History, Culture and Sovereignty Rights of Wisconsin Indians (ACT 31)
This one-day seminar* includes minority group relations demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes and bands located in WI.
Friday, June 7th, 2013
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This requirement only applies to those individuals seeking initial licensure or certification in the state of WI. Educational Studies as well as ITP students are exempt from this requirement. If you have satisfactorily completed American Indian Studies 203, History 263, Anthropology 213, English 276** or completed the ACT 31 Seminar, disregard this page.
Enrollment is limited. Confirmed registration is required prior to attending.
If you are unable to attend the current seminar date, and would like to be informed of future offerings, click here to complete the notification form. We will put you on the ACT 31 mailing list and notify you via email of the next seminar offering.
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*This ACT 31 seminar was not designed for undergraduate students enrolled in teacher education programs. Students will meet the ACT 31 WI DPI requirements through their planned program of study. Students with questions should consult with their academic advisor.
*This seminar will satisfy the Human Relations stipulation for those who have completed a comparable, approved educator preparation program in another state.
**The only section of English 276 that will satisfy this requirement is that with the subtitle "History, Literature, and Sovereignty of Wisconsin Tribes."