- Contested Histories Around the World
Global Issues. Local Impacts
Fee may apply
Stanford Global Studies and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching present a series of three-day workshops that offer teachers the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of key topics of current relevance and hone their pedagogical expertise. In collaboration with leading Stanford scholars, teachers will delve into issues of contested historical memory, intersecting identities, and the problem of democracy in a broader historical and global context.
This series is comprised of three workshops. Learners may enroll in the entire series or may choose to register for individual workshops.
Professional Development Hours:
We recommend that districts give up to 54 professional development hours to individuals who complete the series (all three workshops). Upon successful completion of the series, participants will receive a Record of Completion within 7-10 business days. Please note that Stanford University makes no representation that participation in the course, including participation leading to a statement of accomplishment, will be accepted by any school district or other entity as evidence of professional development. Participants are solely responsible for determining whether participation in the course, including obtaining a record of completion, will be accepted by a school district, or any other entity, as evidence of professional development coursework.
Learners may attend the workshops individually ($199) or enroll in all three ($500)
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