Open to: All global regents teachers.
Opportunity at a Glance: Explore how to use primary source documents and enduring issues as part of a meaningful, relevant, and challenging curriculum. The new New York State Global History Regents exam requires students to make sense of a variety of challenging text and visual primary source documents. Drawing from these documents, students are asked to identify an enduring Issue around which to write an extended essay. Explore a variety of resources from Facing History’s case study Holocaust and Human Behavior as a model for how approaches to these documents can help us prepare students for the new exam. CTLE hours are available. Dinner will be provided. Registration and attendance fee: $15.
Key dates: Monday, November 19, 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Location: 150 Broadway, New York, NY
Registration Deadline: Friday, November 16.
Take action: Register to attend.
For more information: Visit the Facing History and Ourselves event site.