Racial Tension and Pandemic-related Isolation: Creating Community with Multicultural and Global Children’s and Adolescent Literature
In October, Trinity International University will hold a professional development workshop: Racial Tension and Pandemic-related Isolation: Creating Community with Multicultural and Global Children’s and Adolescent Literature. The workshop is designed to aid schools in their work toward racial equality and cultural understanding. This workshop is designed for classroom teachers at all levels who desire to learn strategies to effectively engage learners through literature to address racial tension and COVID-related trauma from an informed, sensitive, caring perspective. Since the presentation will be interactive and include time for collaboration, we encourage you to send a team of teachers who can discuss applications to your specific school together.
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Date: Friday, October 22, 2021
Time: Check in begins at 9:00 a.m.; the workshop will be from 9:30–12:30 followed by a soup and salad lunch
Venue: Trinity International University, adjacent to I-94 at Half Day Road/IL22
Cost: (Includes workshop materials and lunch)
Super-early bird rate: (today–July 9)—$75.00
Early-bird rate: (July 9–Sept. 22)—$85.00
Regular rate: (Sept. 22–Oct. 15)—$95.00
Questions: If you have any questions, please contact Margie Carrick at [email protected] or 847.317.8069.