Educators must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
The history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of American Indian tribes and bands located in Wisconsin.
The history, culture, and contributions of women and various racial, cultural, language and economic groups in the United States.
The philosophical and psychological bases of attitude development and change.
The psychological and social implications of discrimination, especially racism and sexism in American society.
Evaluating and assessing the forces of discrimination, especially racism and sexism, on faculty, students, curriculum, instruction, and assessment in the school program.
Minority group relations through direct involvement with various racial, cultural, language and economic groups in the United States.
Courses and Workshops that Address this Stipulation
|CESA 1 PBL||Kris Schrimpf (262) 787-9500 ext. 9523||CESA 1 website|
|CESA 6 RITE Program||Nancy Jaeger (920) 236-0508||CESA 6 Statutory Stipulations Modules website|
|UW - Extension Independent Learning||Independent Learning (877) 895-3276||UW Independent Learning Website|
|UW - Milwaukee||Christie Peters (414) 229-4352||Meeting Stipulations through UW-M Courses: Includes Application Process|
Any identified statutory stipulation that can be fulfilled through coursework can be completed at any approved program. However, the above includes information on programs created to specifically address the needs of educators who hold licenses with statutory stipulations.