Summer Teaching Institute

Infusing African American Content
into the K-12 Classroom

Join master teacher, historian, and filmmaker Dr. Daniel E. Walker on a two-day professional development 

experience designed to improve classroom instruction, parent involvement, and community engagement.

JULY 17-18, 2022

Learning Objectives

Increase your content knowledge

Develop effective strategies for communicating with students, parents, and communities of african descent (e.G., african american, afro-latino, afro-caribbean, and african)

Who Should Attend

All K-12 teachers, site administrators, and any district personnel concerned with curriculum and instruction, teacher training, parent advocacy, diversity, and equity. 

 

Institute Highlights

DAY 1: TOUR OF BLACK LOS ANGELES

From the city’s Afro-Mexican founders to Issa Rae’s groundbreaking Insecure, we explore the history, art, and culture of people of African descent in one of the world’s most influential cities. 

DAY 2: FULL DAY WITH DR. DANIEL E. WALKER

Join one of the nation’s most prolific public historians as he takes participants on a deep thematic journey exploring the history, art, and culture of people of African descent in America. From the history of influential African empires and the struggle for freedom and equality, to expressions in literature, music, and art, participants will leave the institute feeling infinitely more comfortable infusing African American content into their standards-based teaching. 

Registration

Early Registration

Deadline: May 15, 2022

$1299

Regular Registration

Deadline: June 15, 2022

$1499

Late Registration

Deadline: July 1, 2022

$$1699

District Purchase Orders

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Perfect Works

3711 Long Beach Blvd., Suite #4123
Long Beach, CA 90807

Hotel / Lodging

The Loews Hollywood Hotel (1755 N. Highland, Los Angeles, CA)
is offering a 20% discount on hotel rates for conference participants.

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