Are you an educator who has been on the Minnesota Humanities Center’s Bdote trip? Thinking about sharing the experience with your students but unsure how to do this on your own? Join other educators who want to share their learning with students in an interactive workshop.
We will address the fears and anxieties that non-indigenous educators may have around teaching Dakota content. You will leave with new resources and content, deeper understanding, and the beginnings of an action plan to bring your students on a Bdote trip or to bring the experience into your classroom.
This workshop, offered in collaboration with Saint Paul Public Schools SPPS, is perfect for educators who have attended, or are planning to attend, Learning From Place: Bdote. This is an especially helpful workshop if you are looking for unique classroom content to align with Minnesota State Social Studies Standards.
• $75—includes lunch and materials
• 4 clock hours available
Learn more and register → http://bit.ly/2H5yAnI
Minnesota Humanities Center is a statewide nonprofit and full service event center located in Saint Paul. Our mission is to build a thoughtful, literate, and engaged society.