Wisconsin American Indian Studies Listserv
The wi-aislist is designed to facilitate interactive, electronic communication among the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), educators, and others with an interest in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the federally-recognized American Indians nation and tribal communities in Wisconsin, also known as Wisconsin Act 31, and the education of American Indian students.
DPI will use this listserv to:
- send routine correspondence, conferences, events, and training announcements, notices of meetings, etc.
- share information regarding the American Indian Studies Program, Content and Learning Team, and related DPI activities.
- send information regarding American Indian Language and Culture Education grants.
- send notices of major additions to the web pages for the DPI American Indian Studies Program and Content and Learning Team.
The listserv is also a forum for educators to discuss issues related to American Indian Studies and the education of American Indian students. It can be used to direct questions to the group, share experiences and insights, post lesson plans, send reviews of books, videos and other instructional materials, and virtually any other purpose consistent with the goals of the listserv.
The listserv is open but moderated. The listserv is designed to serve and promote dialogue among educators at all levels and in all capacities: Head Start and pre-school staff, 4K-12 (public, tribal, private, or charter), pre-service teachers, classroom teachers, teacher aides, school counselors, social workers, psychologists, curriculum specialists, library media specialists, home-school coordinators, Title VI Indian Education and Johnson O’Malley (JOM) staff, coordinators and administrators, principals and superintendents, Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs), tribal education staff, college and university (especially schools of education) students, faculty, staff and administrators, and all others with an interest in American Indian Studies and education of American Indian students. You are all welcome to subscribe.