Native American History

Summer 2019

 

Explore the Native American narrative and historical events from a local and national perspective, including Native American sovereignty challenges, Indian School assimilation efforts, and the clash of modernity with indigenous sustainability.  Discover how Native Americans reclaimed their relationship with the land, reaffirmed their identity through culture, and contributed to the historical narrative of the United States.

 

 

     AGENDA

Onsite Interactive Instruction for Teachers

July 8-18 | Monday-Friday | 9am-4pm
UW-Parkside

Onsite Interactive Instruction for Students

July 15-18 | Monday-Friday | 9am-4pm
UW-Parkside

Chicago Museum Exploration

July 19 | All Day

National Park Trip


Red Cliff Indian Reservation       Apostle Islands      Frog Bay Tribal National Park

July 22-25 | Lodging in Bayfield, WI

Content Module Presentations by Teachers

July 29-30 | 9am-4pm
UW-Parkside

Onsite Interactive Instruction for Students

July 29-Aug 1 | Monday-Friday | 9am-4pm
UW-Parkside

Teachers

must be a licensed High School Social Studies teacher
 

  • Earn 6 graduate credits each summer at no cost
  • Be exposed to minority historical paths, and to see oneself in the history
  • Engage with state and national experts in the field of study
  • Travel to National Parks and National Monument sites for hands-on placed-based learning experiences
  • There will be availability to earn a stipend while participating in place-based learning trips

Students

must be a Junior or Senior in High School
 

  • Earn 3 college history credits each summer at no cost
  • Be exposed to minority historical paths, and to see oneself in the history
  • Participate in a Chicago Museum Exploration
  • Engage with state and national experts in the field of study
  • Travel to National Parks and National Monument sites for hands-on place-based learning experiences

PROGRAM CONTACT

Denise Olstinske | (262) 595-2162 |hancock@uwp.edu