The purpose of the training workshop is to give participating educators an opportunity to share and exchange information and ideas about their programming efforts and to bring awareness to what LEA's and tribal language programs are doing and their program developments. In addition, participants will engage in workshop activities that support language acquisition and development that support meeting standards.
- Share language activities (curriculum, lesson plans, etc.) with others
- Learn how to track learners' progress and comprehension (assessment) that informs learners and mentors how the language course is going
- Have opportunities to share and learn from each other in networking sessions and small groups
- Have guided teaching opportunities
- Look at ways to create needed language materials and resources
- Become more familiar with a variety of best practices and teaching methods
Alan Caldwell - Project Coordinator, Network for Native American Student Achievement
David O’Connor - American Indian Studies Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
- World Language teachers that teach Native American Languages
- Title VII Indian Education Coordinators & Staff Members
- Johnson O'Malley Coordinator & Program Staff Members
Menominee Language and Culture Commission Facilities
W2760 Chief Little Wave Rd.
Keshena, WI 54135
There is no fee to attend this event, but pre-registration is required. The Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network ("The Network") grant will cover each individual registration, travel and meal reimbursement per participant. Continental breakfast and lunch are included.
CESA #12 Non-Employee Claim Forms will be available at the workshop.
A block or rooms have been reserved at the Menominee Casino Resort for the night of October 22, 2015. Double occupancy is encouraged.