Upcoming FREE Saturday Workshops for Teachers
Center for the Liberal Arts
presents the following upcoming FREE workshops
Fall 2014 Workshops are available for FREE to Virginia K-12 Teachers
“Teaching Freedom Summer”
(September 20, 2014) – Held at the Miller Center
The University of Virginia’s Center for the Liberal Arts, Carter Woodson Institute for African and African-American Studies, and Miller Center of Public Affairs are pleased to present a workshop for teachers.
In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Freedom Summer project, faculty and fellows from the Carter G. Woodson Institute and the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia will conduct a day-long workshop entitled “Teaching Freedom Summer” on September 20, 2014.
- Teaching Freedom Summer announcement (pdf)
- Registration available after August 15th – Please save the date!
“Teaching African-American Poetry”
(September 27, 2014) – Held at James Madison University
“Teaching African-American Poetry”: A workshop for teachers, offered by faculty from UVa, Sweet Briar, and JMU from 12:30 to 3, in preparation for a nearby poetry reading by distinguished African-American poets from 3:30 to 5: teachers who attend both events will receive a certificate for 4 hours of professional development.
- Registration Available Soon
“Religious Studies: A Workshop for Teachers”
(October 11, 2014)