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Join us for one or more of our free Saturday workshops to learn about the Integrated Action Civic framework and strategies.
The Integrated Action Civics Project has developed a unique framework that explicitly introduces students to a variety of civic action concepts and strategies through the study of their History, Ethnic Studies, and Environmental Justice course content.
In this 5 part Saturday morning workshop series, we will introduce strategies that can be integrated throughout your current curriculum to help students explore their sense of self, understand how power operates in historical and contemporary contexts, analyze the role of stakeholders, and learn about the ways that organizers advocate for and create social change
Although this approach is being adopted by Ethnic Studies and History-Social Studies teachers across the K-12 grade range, this workshop series is especially tailored for 6-12 teachers.
- Introduction to Integrated Action Civics for student empowerment
- Strategies for Student self-reflection & growth:
- Visioning Justice, Worldview, Identity and Power
- Change-analysis models and strategies:
- Power & Stakeholder Analysis, Strategy Development, Student Advocacy
- Integration of change-analysis into course content
- Sample lessons; Course scope & sequence planning with examples
- Collaborative planning time
Schedule: Saturdays, 9:00am - Noon (virtual)
|Dec 10, 2022||
Introduction to the Integrated Action Civics framework
|Jan 21, 2023||Exploring Worldview
|Feb 18, 2023||Power Analysis|
|March 25,2023||Stake & Rights-holders Analysis
|April 22, 2023||Building Awareness and Taking Action|
Register at the link above. No cost for participants!
One Continuing Education Unit is available for participation in the series ($79). Apply and pay for credits here.
Contact us if you have questions.