Global conflicts abound in our world today. Learn new ways to teach about conflict, war and peace and the short and long term effects on all of us.
Hear from a special presentation by Selsabel Sharif who has just returned to her home in the United States after working with two NGOs in Greece to support refugees fleeing the Syrian Civil War. Through her experiences we will learn how to teach about controversial current conflicts and the many effects of these on humanity.
Dr. Cora Granata from CSUF will help us understand the history related to international refugee policies and the way this has changed over time.
You will take away materials and participate with classroom lessons ready to use including:
· New Conflict and Peacemaking Model and lessons
· Classroom Group Problem Solving Lessons
· Multiple Perspectives Video and Lesson
· Current Events Lesson
· Companion literature to support ELA teachers
To register, email Connie DeCapite at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? (714) 345-4877.
Stipend: $100 for full two-day participation