Teacher Workshop:
“Teaching About Africa in the K-12 Classroom”
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, Nautilus 5

8:30-8:45am Welcome
Dr. Dorothy Hodgson, Rutgers University
President, African Studies Association

8:45-9:45am  Session I: “The Empires of Ghana and Mali: Enduring Understandings and Classroom Practice”
Dr. Barbara Brown, Boston University

9:45-10:45am  Session II: “The Transatlantic Slave Trade in World History and American History”
Dr. Barbara Anderson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

10:45-11:00am Coffee / Tea Break
11:00am-Noon Session III: “How Women are Changing the Political Map in Africa: Integrating Women in the Curriculum”
Dr. Agnes Leslie, University of Florida, Gainesville

Noon-1:00pm Session IV: “Understanding Colonialism and its Economic, Social, and Political Impact in Africa.”
Dr. John Metzler, Michigan State University

1:00-2:00pm Lunch   

2:00-3:00pm Session V: “Discover Africa in the Americas”
Ms. Brenda Randolph, Howard University, Washington, DC

3:00-4:00pm Session VI: “African and Diaspora Theatre in the Classroom”
Ms. Kathryn Ervin, California State University San Bernardino

4:00-4:15pm Door Prizes and Gifts to Teachers

For questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]
To register by the Friday, November 13 deadline, please visit http://goo.gl/nR6HEA.