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About this event:
Our single professional learning sessions are designed to easily fit into your day. Typically one hour or less, these sessions explore timely and relevant topics including teaching strategies, current events, and more.
This professional learning event will be led by Facing History staff. When you register, you will receive instructions for how to attend the event.
Examine the circumstances and events leading up to this turbulent point in history
Equips ELA, Social Studies and Humanities teachers with new interdisciplinary teaching strategies that reinforce literacy skills and historical understanding.
This online, single-session professional development course, offered in collaboration with The Japan Society, prepares educators to teach about World War II and Japanese American Incarceration through a variety of approachable resources, including memoirs, film, photography and more. We will be joined by Dr. Mark Jones – Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University to examine the circumstances and events leading up to this turbulent point in history with a special focus on U.S.- Japan dynamics, and provide effective methods for introducing these difficult topics in the classroom. This course equips ELA, Social Studies and Humanities teachers with new interdisciplinary teaching strategies that reinforce literacy skills and historical understanding.
CTLE hours are available for this workshop.
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