UW-W Ojibwe Field Experience
Hayward Wisconsin, United States (Outgoing Program)
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|Summer||2021||03/15/2021 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
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|Early Childhood Education|
Intro to Ojibwe Culture
Ojibwe Field Experience and Cultural Immersion
EDUINP 443/LCOOCC - Early Childhood Education: 3 credit Course, 1 Credit Field Experience
Dates: May 21st - June 8th 2018
Location: Hayward Wisconsin, USA
Language of Instruction: English
Course Instruction: EDUINP 433- Intro to Ojibwe Culture
Open to students who are Early Childhood Education Majors
UW-W cumulative GPA of a 2.5 or higher and at least a second semester freshman status
Good disciplinary standing
Estimated Program Fee: $1975
LCOOCC Tuition $650.00+1 credit UWW
Lodging $600.00/3 weeks or choose from the list.
App Fee: $225.00
3 Credits in Culture 1 Field Credit
Indicated group meals (K-12 Community School)
Field Experience within the community
In this cultural immersion program students will study the Ojibwe culture with Denis White, past school administrator, elder and leader in the community. Simultaneously, UWW students will be placed in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade classrooms and work with children, teachers and families to experience Indian education within an academic curriculum at the K-12 LCO community school. UWW students will stay within the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Nation and attend cultural events including Pow-wows, academic and cultural ceremonies. The UWW supervisor/ faculty is Lucy Heimer, PhD and past LCO 4th grade teacher.
Tentative Itinerary:May 12/13: arrive on your own to Hayward
May 14: Begin in LCOOCC classroom and in the LCO K-12 Community School 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade classrooms (continues M-F| 8am-5pm| May 21st - June 8th)
Attend LCOOCC graduation as well as other events.
Drive home June 3/4 on your own.
Lucinda Heimer, PhD > firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Colleran >email@example.com
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