Explorations: Introducing Facing History

Workshops designed for educator teams looking to build strong learning communities using principles of social-emotional learning, equity, and civic education.

Is your school or district actively seeking tools and strategies to help you foster equitable mindsets among educators? Are you interested in learning more effective practices to help you address how historic legacies of injustice impact your school community? Do you need help shaping learning environments where students feel they belong and their voice matters?

Join us for one of our upcoming Explorations workshops and learn more about how Facing History can support you in achieving these goals.

Upcoming Events



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    Explorations Workshop: Introducing Facing History

    This two-day workshop takes place on Zoom.
    September 28—29, 2021
    2 pm – 7 pm (ET)
    1 pm – 6 pm (CT)
    12 pm – 5 pm (MT)
    11 am – 4 pm (PT)

    Explorations: Building Learning Communities through SEL, Equity, and Civic Education

    This two-day online introductory “Explorations” workshop is designed for schools and districts interested in learning more about how Facing History can support them in achieving their goals. It introduces Facing History’s programs and approach to social-emotional learning (SEL), equity, and civic education, exploring how understanding ourselves, understanding students, understanding history, and understanding learning can empower educators as change agents.

    September 28, 2021 - September 29, 2021
    2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Online via Zoom

Building Relationships

After attending an Explorations workshop, a program staff member from Facing History & Ourselves will meet with your team to explore how we can continue to support you, including discussing options for partnership, professional learning opportunities, social studies and English language arts curriculum, and resources to bolster positive school climate and culture.

Register for an Explorations workshop and become part of the global Facing History educator community today.

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