Programs & Events
Evening at the FED!
WHEN: Thursday, October 19th
TIME: 5:00 – 7:30 PM
LOCATION: Federal Reserve, Baltimore Branch
502 S. Sharp Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
¨ Come and learn how the Spanish Flu of 1918 impacted the U.S. and the world economies after World War I
¨ Hear about current and historical shocks and their effects on the U.S. economy
¨ Learn about resources that can help students understand these issues
TO REGISTER GO TO www.econed.org/workshops/
Deadline to Register: 10/12/2017
An Exploration of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement
October 28, 2017
A FREE Secondary Teacher Workshop (Grades 8-12) to celebrate Geography Awareness Week 2017
Towson University, 8000 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21252
The Liberal Arts Building, Room 2317
9:00 A.M. – 12:00 NOON
Deadline to Register: October 23, 2017
- Are you looking for innovative, experiential teaching tools and content to teach contemporary U.S. civil rights topics and/or the U.S. Civil Rights Movement through time?
- Are you interested in content and teaching resources that foster integrative thinking?
- Are trying to find material to help celebrate Geography Awareness Week this November 2017?
Well, we have the perfect workshop opportunity for you!
Come join us for on Saturday, October 28, 2017, for a FREE comprehensive and interactive workshop that explores civil rights topics using an integrated multi-discipline approach. Teachers receive materials that help students’ foster integrative thinking, a great way to encourage Maryland Social Studies College & Career skills! Resources correlate with Maryland U.S. History Standards. Parking is free. Register today by following this link: www.econed.org/workshops . For questions, call Karen Kokernak, 410.704.2024.
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