COVID-19 and the shift to virtual and hybrid instruction has forced educators to find new ways to foster community, sustain student curiosity, and facilitate peer to peer communication in online spaces. Meeting Dates: 3/1, 3/15, 3/29, 4/19, 5/3 from 3-5:30
Join UCBHSSP and ORIAS for this study group. Our discussions are based around a series of Nubia-focused lectures presented by the Archaeological Research Institute (ARF) on the UC Berkeley campus.
Registration Closed Join a community of learners this year to troubleshoot, inspire, and reflect on teaching history. UCBHSSP facilitators are involved in K-2, Ethnic Studies, and 11th Grade Groups.
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.