Emerging America: Immigration Issues in Perspective for Diverse Students

Emerging America
PDPs: 
22.5
Graduate Credits: 
1

Description

This online course will harness current events to deepen understanding of immigration across American history, from the founding of the nation through today. Immigration has a strong appeal for its power to help students to connect their experiences and communities to the core curriculum. The topic also captures students' desire to explore issues of social justice.

Participants will:

  • Gain an overview knowledge of US immigrant history, and focus on a particular topic of interest
  • Consider interdisciplinary connections related to immigration, from the narrative arc of the immigrant journey to the statistical representation of population change.
  • Be guided in the use of primary sources to teach students to pursue answers to questions of “how do we know?” and “what did they think then?”
  • Develop a lesson that will engage ALL students – with particular attention to Multilingual Learners, students of color, urban and rural youth, and students with disrupted educational experiences.
  • Integrate primary sources into inquiry-based curriculum for use in their own curriculum.

Audience

Social Studies, ELA and ELL teachers; Grades 2 - 12.

Credits

22.5 PDPs or 1 graduate credit in partnership with Westfield State University. To earn PDPs or Graduate Credit, participants must complete all assignments by the last class, details of which will be provided in the class syllabus.

Date and Location

This workshop is fully online and will run January 12, 2022 through March 2, 2022. Virtual sessions will be held on the below dates:

  • January 12, 2022; 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • January 26, 2022; 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • February 9, 2022; 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Cost and Registration

The cost of the workshop is $195.50 for member districts, and $230 for non-member districts.

Registration Deadline: Jan 5

Instructor(s)

  • thumbnail image of Alison Noyes

    Alison Noyes is the Assistant Director of the Emerging America program at the Collaborative for Educational Services. She has worked in the field of education for over 20 years, entering as a teacher of English Language learners and high school history, and working for many years with international students and college study abroad as a program director and assistant dean before returning to focus on engaging K-12 students.

For more information, contact:
Position: 
Events Coordinator
Phone: 
413.586.4900 x5981
Email: 
esullivan@collaborative.org

Registration

A maximum class size is set for each course and registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. If the number of registrations for a course exceeds the maximum seats available or is too low to be able to conduct a quality learning experience, CES will inform you of available options.

Course Cancellation

If you wish to cancel your registration, please submit a request in writing (via mail, email or fax) no later than 7 business days before the workshop’s start date. After that, there are no refunds or billing adjustments.

In the event that a course is cancelled by the Collaborative for Educational Services, we will notify you as soon as possible. Please be sure to provide your best email address and phone number so we can contact you. Although every effort is made to avoid last minute cancellations, if an emergency arises, we will do our best to reach you at the phone number and email address you provide. 

Inclement Weather

Any delays or cancellations are posted online at collaborative.org. You may also call 413.588.5979 after 6:30am for information about classes that day. Or for Early Childhood Professional Development information, please call 413.588.5570.