Culturally Relevant Resources for Classroom Teachers


Wisconsin ACT 31
Lessons to advance ACT 31 in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Departments of Public Instruction American Indian Studies Program
Assist with the implementation of the curricular requirements in the areas of American Indian history, culture, and tribal sovereignty

The Ways

Wisconsin Media Lab's projects videos

Wisconsin Media Lab's Wisconsin Biographies (specifically two stories Chief Oshkosh: Leader in Trouble Times and Walter Bresette: Treaties RIghts and Sovereignty)

Wisconsin Media Lab's ENGAGE! State, Tribal, Local Government (interviews and videos on Judge Amanda Rockman, Ojibwe Treaty Rights, and Tribal Courts)

Native American Educational Series

Increasing awareness and understanding of the Native American Experience- The Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation. Our People, Our Culture.

Wisconsin Public Television's Tribal Histories films, which currently includes the following videos:

a) Bad River Ojibwe History

b) Ho-Chunk Nation History

c) Menominee History

d) Oneida History

e) Potawatomi History

f) Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican History

"Native Peoples of Wisconsin: Holidays"

A website at O'Keefe Middle School designed by School of Library and Information Studies and Tribal Libraries Archives and Museum (TLAM) cohort graduate Katelyn Martens.

NIEA: Lesson Plans 

National Indian Education Association Resource Repository for Culture-Based Education Curriculum

Indian Country
Culture, Oral Tradition, Early Historical Background, History, and Treaty Rights of the Stockbridge- Munsee.