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Teaching AAPI History & Contributions

FDU Teacher Workshop: Teaching AAPI History & Contributions

Details

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
8:30am – 3pm

$35 registration fee; email roslyne.shiao@aapinewjersey.org to process registration via PO, inquire about scholarships, or for any other questions.

Description

In 2022, New Jersey passed the AAPI Curriculum Mandate requiring public schools to teach AAPI contributions, history, and heritage as part of a concerted effort to reduce prejudice and promote belonging for AAPI people, culture, and communities.

Join Dr. Khayti Joshi at Fairleigh Dickinson University to learn how to bring AAPI history, culture, and people to life in middle school and high school classrooms. 

Teachers will leave with practical resources, tools, and ideas on how to weave AAPI content into their current curriculum.

$35 fee. Fee includes lunch and class materials. Parking is free. Professional Development Hours awarded. Generous scholarships available. 

Please email roslyne.shiao@aapinewjersey.org to process registration via PO, inquire about scholarships, or for any other questions.


 

Dr. Khyati Joshi is an educator, scholar, co-founder of the Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice, and Professor in the School of Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Presented in partnership by Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dr. Khyati Joshi, and Teach Asian American Stories. Teach Asian American Stories is an initiative fueled by AAPI New Jersey, a 501c3 nonprofit.