Oklahoma Educators are invited to a workshop with thought leaders in Education, Museums, Culture, and Archives from around the nation focused on the role of primary sources in teaching and learning the American story.
- Gain a deeper understanding of the documented narratives informing the many American Stories of our communities.
- Explore primary sources as teaching texts that can engage state standards in the current complicated political environment.
- Ask, how may community expertise shape the truths of history?
Thursday, October 13, 2022 | 9:30 am–12:30 pm | FREE
(TPS fall break; certificates of attendance will be available for all teachers)
Registration Required, limited spaces available
Tulsa Hyatt Regency, Oklahoma North Room
Special Guests! Hear from Dr. View and other collaborators from Fire in Little Africa sharing their Tulsa-based Hip Hop project that uses primary sources, art, and music to teach the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Workshop hosts and speakers include:
Vermont Folklife Center Sasha Antohin
HistoryMiami Museum Michael Knoll, Tina Menendez
Oklahoma State University Autumn Brown, Sarah Milligan, Shanedra Nowell
Local Learning Lisa Rathje | American Folklife Center Guha Shankar
The American Folklore Society Education Section & Cultural Diversity Committee
This workshop is organized by Local Learning in partnership with the American Folklore Society, Vermont Folklife Center, Oklahoma State University Library and OSU Writing Project, HistoryMiami Museum, and Tulsa-area educators. It shares resources developed through our Teaching with Primary Sources collaboration. Funding for this program is provided in part by a grant from the Library of Congress, and also the Oklahoma Humanities (OH) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of OH or NEH. Content created and featured in partnership with the TPS program does not indicate an endorsement by the Library of Congress.