Begins October 6 (monthly) - This professional learning community, sponsored by the 21CSLA Alameda Region and facilitated by UCBHSSP, will engage educators around planning for the implementation of place-based ethnic studies programs to support critical engagement of curriculum, analysis of systems of oppression and movements of resistance, and action taking.
Beginning in October, the sites of the California History-Social Science Project are facilitating Grade Groups. Grade Group fellows will convene for six after-school workshops and discussion groups. Workshops will include presentations by university professors, experienced teacher leaders, and/or teacher educators.
Begins November 4, 3:30-5:00pm (monthly) - Join UCBHSSP's Devin Hess and other leaders from across the CHSSP netowrk for a six part series to explore authentic civic learning that centers equity, access, and empowerment.
Inspired by the work of the BARWE teacher action group in Philadelphia, UCBHSSP hosts monthly meetings to discuss the action taking required to be an anti-racist educator, in the particular context of history classrooms.
A number of units across campus offer programs in support of the ongoing learning of classroom teachers. Check out this events calendar and share it with your colleagues in other content areas.