A Free Online Program for K-12 Teachers
March 13th, 2021 (8:30AM – 4:30PM)
This free professional learning virtual event will focus on providing teacher-centered content with practical outcomes that can easily be implemented in virtual and in-person classrooms. The program will feature extraordinary resources, Teaching Hard History, New American History, and materials that are developmentally and psychologically appropriate for younger grades (K-5th).
Participants will experience hands-on research and interactive exercises to address obstacles in teaching Anti-Racist History. There will be ample time for breakout sessions and teacher-led discussions. This program is a follow-up to previous workshops we offered in 2018 and 2019 With the Southern Poverty Law Center's Teaching Tolerance program and is open to both returning participants and new allies.
Participants who attend 3 or more sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance which may be used to earn relicensure points. During each session, participants will use the chat as a backchannel to help process new content and share resources/ideas for best practices. Throughout the program, we ask participants to keep track of any steps they might take or have taken in their own classrooms or school divisions.
Registration will open soon...