3-DAY EDUCATORS WORKSHOP
August 14 – 16, 2018
The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science is pleased to offer a 3-day workshop to prepare educators to teach the middle school curriculum “Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: A History of Portland’s Black Community.”
The workshop includes:
- Hands-on experience with lessons, led by the curriculum’s authors
- Training on culturally responsive teaching practices
- Access to historical and current primary and secondary sources
- Free copy of the curriculum plus many more valuable resources to take into the classroom
This 3-day workshop will take place August 14-16, 2018 at the Cottonwood School in the South Waterfront neighborhood of Portland – 0640 SW Bancroft St, Portland, OR 97239.
Workshop leaders include:
- Lisa Colombo – 6th Grade Teacher, the Cottonwood School of Civics and Science
- Sarah Anderson – Field Work and Place-based Coordinator, the Cottonwood School of Civics and Science
- Joyce Harris – Consultant, Cato and Associates
- Kendra Hughes – Social Justice Consultant
- Victor Cato – Equity and Inclusion Manager, City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Service
This workshop is free and open to all interested educators. More information regarding logistics, lunch etc. will become available closer to the workshop dates.