This workshop from the Center for Geography Education in Oregon and its partners will explore BIPOC histories and geographies, the new Oregon ethnic studies standards, and techniques and discussions presenting multiple perspectives for analyzing primary sources in the classroom. Additionally, participants will be book chapter reviewers for an upcoming e-book of Black histories and geography lessons and activities for classroom use that will be freely available for educators.
Ability Accommodation Information
This event provides the following accommodations:
- Handicap Accessible
Please note that this workshop will be held in four locations across the state; make sure you register for the Portland workshop on December 10. The application deadline for the Portland workshop is November 30
Participants must be Oregon K–12 educators. Space is limited to 30 participants in each workshop. Accepted participants for the Portland workshop will be notified the week of December 5. Participating organizations include C-GEO, Classroom Law Project, the Oregon Historical Society, and the ODE Social Science Specialist.