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Workshops2018-08-09T11:15:23+00:00

Workshops

ICS provides free professional development workshops for schools and districts throughout the country focusing either on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and Peace Process or Teaching About Religion in Public Schools. These trainings support teachers in developing content knowledge and integrate best-practices and literacy strategies aligned with Common Core and state standards.

These workshops range from one to six hours in length, depending on your schedule, and the content can be adapted to meet your particular needs.

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Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict & Peace Process

These interactive workshops give teachers the opportunity to learn both content that is relevant to today’s students as global citizens and pedagogical strategies that incorporate the latest research in helping students work with a manageable set of diverse primary sources (documents such as letters, treaties, agreements, and news reports) in a variety of formats. In addition, teachers will leave the session with the lesson plans, primary source documents, maps, and related multimedia resources they need to successfully teach the Arab-Israeli conflict and peace process.

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Teaching about Religion in the Public School Classroom

Education about and exposure to the world’s religious traditions is critical for students as they move toward becoming global citizens. Focusing on the new C3 Supplement on Teaching about Religion and using Judaism as an example, participants will develop both pedagogic and content knowledge in the following areas: Teaching about Religion in Public Schools; Jewish Identity; Judaism in the Context of Ancient, Medieval, and Modern History.

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Teaching about Religion in the Public School Classroom

Education about and exposure to the world’s religious traditions is critical for students as they move toward becoming global citizens. Focusing on the new C3 Supplement on Teaching about Religion and using Judaism as an example, participants will develop both pedagogic and content knowledge in the following areas: Teaching about Religion in Public Schools; Jewish Identity; Judaism in the Context of Ancient, Medieval, and Modern History.

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