The Woodson-ASWAD African & African Diaspora Teacher-Training Institute: Centering Black History in K-12 Curricula

The Woodson-ASWAD African & African Diaspora Teacher-Training Institute: Centering Black History in K-12 Curricula

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A Free Online Program for K-12 teachers in Charlottesville Public Schools and Albemarle County Public Schools


October 16th, 2021 (9AM – 3PM)

This online program is a collaborative effort between The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American & African Studies and The Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD). 

The Woodson-ASWAD African & African Diaspora Teacher-Training Institute aims to provide cutting-edge, accessible African and African Diaspora scholarship to K-12 educators. Through engaging and informative discussions, practical suggestions for curricular implementation, and resource guides, the Institute will help K-12 educators to accurately and effectively teach their students the rich histories and cultures of African and African-descended peoples. 


Speakers:

Kia Lilly Caldwell
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs & Diversity, Washington University in St. Louis
https://provost.wustl.edu/people/kia-caldwell/
      
Anne Rotich
Assistant Professor, The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies, University of Virginia. 
https://woodson.as.virginia.edu/people/profile/ajr6y 

Katrina Spencer
UVA Librarian – African American and African Studies.
https://www.library.virginia.edu/staff/kls9wv 

Robert Trent Vinson
Director, The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies, University of Virginia
https://woodson.as.virginia.edu/people/profile/rtv4a 
 

When: 
October 16, 2021 9:00am to 3:00pm
Where: 

Zoom

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