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Jun 01, 2021 2021-06-01

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Conference on Teaching Black History

The Carter Center for K–12 Black History Education at the University of Missouri focuses on research projects and teacher professional development activities that seek to improve K–12 Black history education. The Carter Center’s Annual Teaching Black History Conference brings together educators who seek transformative and engaging ways to teach Black history in both history and humanities courses, preK–grade 12. Teachers gain tangible strategies to incorporate into their classrooms that focus on content and pedagogy, active learning, support and collaboration, and instructional approaches. The 2021 Teaching Black History Conference will be held online, July 23–25, 2021. This year’s conference will honor the men and women of Tulsa’s Black Wall Street (coined by Booker T. Washington), as well as other Black communities that gained economic independence, along with those who were victimized by racial violence. Registration fee is $99.

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