Empower students to identify injustice with a literary and historical examination of Japanese American incarceration during World War II. This opportunity is eligible for CTLE credits.
Join us on Sunday, March 1, 2020 to provide feedback and recognition to budding history scholars. As a judge, you’ll review students’ projects, interview them, enjoy free breakfast and lunch, and end your day having fostered the spirit of inquiry and curiosity among the next generation of scholars.
Visit the original headquarters of Henry Street Settlement, learn about groundbreaking social reforms during the Progressive Era, and spend the rest of afternoon touring the Museum at Eldridge Street in this professional learning workshop.
Through an exploration of artifacts, photographs, diaries, memoirs, testimony, and other primary sources, examine multiple perspectives to different aspects of Holocaust history and learn how to help students deepen their understanding of the content.
Navigate the project based learning process as a participant, and as an educator looking to implement new instructional strategies in your classroom.
Join Kate Roberts for a discussion about the triumphs and troubles with both whole-class novels and independent reading and consider her practical framework for creating units that join both teaching methods together.