Adolescence is a time when young people are crafting stories about who they are, how they understand the world, and how they fit into society. Literature has the power to inform and transform the way adolescents see themselves and others. Facing History’s approach to teaching Coming-of-Age literature integrates social-emotional learning, civics education, and equity with new research in adolescent development. It is designed to help your students value the complexity of identity, process texts through a critical and ethical lens, and develop their sense of agency.
This workshop series is for educators who are new to our Coming of Age Collection. Participants who join this workshop should come with a Coming of Age text that they are considering teaching. For guidance on choosing a text, you can take a look at our Principles for Text Selection. In order to register, participants should be able to commit to joining all three sessions, including the in person full day workshop offered in either Boston or Cleveland.
- Part I: Thursday, November 3rd, 4:00-5:15pm ET (Virtual)
- Part II: Tuesday, December 6th, 9am-2pm ET Day Long Workshop (In person)
- Part III: Thursday, January 12th, 4:00-5:15pm ET (Virtual)
December 6, 2022 In Person Workshop Locations:
Boston Location :
50 Liberty Drive Suite 500
facing the Marina and the ICA
Notre Dame College - The Great Room
1857 Green Road
South Euclid, OH 44121