Sites of Encounter: Gupta Empire & Srivijava Kingdom, 300-1200

UCLA

This free two-day workshop for 7th grade World History teachers explores the Gupta Empire & Srivijaya Kingdom as “Sites of Encounter”, or places that existed in the pre-modern world that brought together different cultures via trade.

LGBTQ History: Contextualizing the Stonewall Riots

ONE Archives 909 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

This free weeklong program will explore the activism that occurred on the west coast that preceded Stonewall through readings, presentations by historians, model lessons, and a hands-on exploration of the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.

Sites of Encounter: Baghdad & Nishapur, 300-1200

UCLA

This free two-day workshop for 6th and 7th grade World History Teachers will have lectures from scholars to gain more historical knowledge and teachers will work on designing lessons and curriculum to align with the HSS Framework.

Youth as Changemakers

Cal State Dominguez Hills

This three-day workshop for US History Teachers (3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 11th, 12th Grades) & Ethnic Studies Teachers explores the history of activism by youth in US History.

Localizing the Narrative: The Inland Empire & US History

Online

A free three-day workshop for secondary US History Teachers and Ethnic Studies teachers that centers the Inland Empire in an examination of three topics: the Industrial Revolution, Women’s history, and the Civil Rights Movement.

Teaching Primary Sources: Youth as Changemakers

Online

Join us to explore the ways that youth have participated and led in making change in our contemporary society. This workshop is for US History and Ethnic Studies teachers (3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 11th, 12th Grades) & Ethnic Studies Teachers.

Recurring

Reimagining Latinx Heritage Month

Online

A series of free events (Sept. 23, Sept. 30 & Oct. 4) for K-12 educators focusing on reimagining Latinx Heritage Month with conversations, resources and a guest lecturer.

Recurring

Eastside Stories: The Inland Empire & US History

Online

Eastside Stories is a free series of workshops on the unique local history of the Inland Empire, featuring a talk from a historian and a model lesson by our teacher leaders. Open to all interested K-12 and Ethnic Studies teachers who emphasize local and U.S. history in their classrooms. All participants will receive stipends for creating lessons and books on some of the topics we explore.

Recurring

Grade Group – Ethnic Studies (K-12)

Online

November 18, December 9, January 13, February 10, March 3 Thursdays from 4:00-5:30 pm (PST) online Grade Group fellows will convene for six after-school workshops and discussion groups.Workshops will include presentations by university professors, experienced teacher leaders, and/or teacher educators. Educators will have the opportunity to read and discuss recent educational and disciplinary research, share...

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