Women’s Rights National Historical Park (NHP) has announced their Summer 2021 Virtual Teacher Workshop, “Reform, Revolution, & Relatedness,” a four-day virtual workshop from July 12th through 15th.
Through presentations by subject matter experts, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions, teachers will learn about social reform and revolution through the context of women’s history. Special attention will be paid to social activism at the intersections with race and religion.
Educators at Women’s Rights NHP will introduce the concept of place-based learning and help teachers explore how to carry the practice into their classrooms. Participants will also have ample opportunity to work in small and large groups to develop and share lessons plans which meet specific curriculum requirements for their district and discipline.
The workshop is free and open to educators at all grade levels, in all subject areas.
To register for the workshop, interested teachers should email a letter of interest, including their school contact information, discipline, and grade level to WORI_Education@nps.gov by June 25th, 2021. All 24 hours of this workshop may be submitted for continuing education units. Space is limited.
For more information on Women’s Rights National Historical Park, visit the park’s website or call (315) 568-0024.
Photo of Womens Rights NHP marker provided.
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