Apply today for the Smithsonian’s Teacher Creativity Studio at the Asian American Resource Center, a free, all-day workshop where you’ll learn how to integrate Asian Pacific American stories and experiences into curricula.
Wednesday, February 219:00am–4:00pm
- Open to Central Texas history teachers, librarians, teachers-in-training, and other education staff.
- AISD Instructors may register through your AISD Human Capital Platform, Section 86681
- Lunch will be provided.
Participants will receive• Digital resources and tools for teachers from the Smithsonian Learning Lab (learninglab.si.edu)
• Classroom-ready models for integrating Asian Pacific American stories and experiences into curricula
• Exclusive museum educator-led tour of the Smithsonian Institution’s “Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation” and a companion facilitated dialogue toolkit
• Teaching poster of the artwork, “Shimomura Crossing the Delaware” by Roger Shimomura, known for his ironic mixtures of Japanese imagery and American pop culture, from the National Portrait Gallery
• Classroom copies of the text, Asian Texans: Our Histories and Our Lives by Irwin A. Tang and The Making of Asian America: A History by Erika Lee
Questions Contact:Hanna Huanghanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
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