REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
“Teaching African American History: A Workshop for K-12 Educators”
October 10, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Grounds For Sculpture
$100 Individual Ticket / $75 Student Ticket
Includes breakfast, lunch, and admission to Grounds For Sculpture
To understand American history it is essential for educators and students to know African American history.
♦ How can teachers appropriately facilitate discussions about race and equity with students of different ages?
♦ How can educators be prepared to handle the emotional responses of students, families, and themselves when teaching difficult and controversial content related to race and equity?
♦ How do educators help to cultivate young adults who are engaged in public dialogue and action for equity?
♦ How can local and regional history be used to make our collective and diverse experiences more relevant for students?
These topics will be the focus of presentations and break-out sessions in this all-day workshop. Teachers and administrators will be equipped with best practices to help students grapple with difficult history, think critically, and become active participants in our diverse democracy.
Registration will close on September 30, 2019. If you would prefer to register by mail, click here for a printable registration