Teaching Immigration Across the Curriculum
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This free, three-day national online workshop may be of interest to adult educators. For more information or to register go to bit.ly/ilcteacherworkshop
“Teaching Immigration Across the Curriculum”
A free, three-day online workshop for K-12 and community-based educators in the U.S.
July 9 to 11, 2013, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Hosted by The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. Public Education Institute in Malden, MA, with faculty from Boston College; University of Southern California, San Diego; and University of Massachusetts.
As classroom diversity increases, educators are challenged with creating more creative, inclusive and informed classrooms. This free online workshop is designed for K-12 and community-based educators who want to better understand their immigrant students and integrate immigration topics into their teaching. Using an interactive, multimedia format, educators will learn about today’s immigrant students through presentations and panel discussions by experts in the field. Interactive modules such as “Integration in the Classroom” and “Strategies for Student Success” will allow participants to converse with the presenters and other educators. Participants will also receive sample lesson plans, teaching ideas and state-specific resources.
For information on presenters, modules and agenda, visit our website. If you have any questions, please contact Chiara Magini at firstname.lastname@example.org or (781) 322-9777.
The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. (ILC) is a not-for-profit organization that that helps immigrants and refugees become successful workers, parents and community members through free, year-round English classes in Greater Boston. The ILC further supports immigrants through the Public Education Institute, which informs Americans about the economic and social contributions of immigrants. Visit us at www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants.