A deeply collaborative approach between tribal, university, and K–12 partners has the potential to invigorate Indigenous youths in science endeavors, make STEM more relevant to them (and their peers), as well as foster positive school cultures.
Earth Partnership at the University of Wisconsin-Madison convened the expertise of elders and community members from Ho-Chunk, Bad River, Lac du Flambeau, Lac Courte Oreilles, and Red Cliff Nations with university social, physical, and life scientists to develop a culturally relevant environmental education program to improve experiences in science learning.
This webinar is a story about Earth Partnership’s Indigenous Arts and Sciences — how it began, how our collaboration works, and what we have learned (and are still learning) along the way.
Presenters: Michelle Cloud, Cheryl Bauer-Armstrong
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