Struggles for Justice: Then and Now @ UC Berkeley
This institute offers the opportunity for teachers to develop lessons that provide a historical lens to contemporary issues, with an eye towards engaging students whose histories are often absent from grand narratives. We will explore historical narratives surrounding the “New Jim Crow,” immigration, and LBGT history. Teachers will design a lesson using primary sources from the Library of Congress' online collection of resources and will return during the school year to review student work. Participants who complete the 3-part cycle of inquiry will receive a stipend.
*Building historical content
*Integrating primary sources into instruction
*Developing student historical thinking skills
To Apply: Complete the questions below and mail a $100 deposit to hold your place.
1. Complete the following information.
2. Mail a $100 check made payable to UC Regents and a sample lesson that uses primary sources to our office:
Dept of History
2407 Dwinelle Hall, mc#2550
Berkeley, CA 94720
If selected, the deposit will be returned to you on the last day of the institute. Be sure to write "Struggles 2015" on the check message line. Checks of applicants who are not selected for the institute will be shredded or returned.
Questions? Let us know at:
Be sure to provide an email address you will access during the year and over the summer. Email will be our primary means of communication.
Phone Number (home or cell)
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