Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration & WWII
Friday, February 10, 12:30 pm ET | Calculate your local time
This online, single-session professional development course, offered in collaboration with Facing History and Ourselves, prepares educators to teach about WWII and Japanese-American Incarceration through a variety of approachable resources, including memoirs, film, photography and more. Experts will examine the circumstances and events leading up to this turbulent point in history with a special focus on U.S.-Japan dynamics, and provide effective methods for introducing these tough topics in the classroom. This course equips ELA, Social Studies and Humanities teachers with new interdisciplinary teaching strategies that reinforce literacy skills and historical understanding.
CTLE hours are available for this workshop.
Free registration with Japan Society for all in-service K-12 teachers; limited space available for non-educators.
Image: Library of Congress © Ansel Adams.
- Friday, February 10, 2023
- 12:30 pm
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