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SEP
30

Doing Research Online: Professional Learning Event for Educators

Wed, Sep 30   3:30 pm to 4:00 pm   Virtual

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Join us for this 30-minute workshop to learn skills for improving your own online research, as well as tips and tricks for cultivating better internet research skills in your students. We'll share activities and graphic organizers you can reuse...

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Doing Research Online: Professional Learning Event for Educators

OCT
6

Native Americans in New York Educator Workshop

Tue, Oct 6   4:00 pm to 6:00 pm   Virtual

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NOTE: This is a two day event. Tickets options are available for individual sessions or to attend both days. Financial assistance is available; email us at [email protected] to learn more.

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Native Americans in New York Educator Workshop

OCT
7

Native Americans in New York Educator Workshop

Wed, Oct 7   4:00 pm to 6:00 pm   Virtual

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NOTE: This is a two day event. Tickets options are available for individual sessions or to attend both days. Financial assistance is available; email us at [email protected] to learn more.

Examine the different ways...

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Native Americans in New York Educator Workshop

NOV
10

Lessons from Pandemics Past: What the Spanish Flu Can Teach

Tue, Nov 10   4:00 pm to 5:00 pm   Virtual

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The Covid 19 crisis has made the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic more relevant than ever to students and educators. Join us for a discussion with author Kenneth C. Davis as he pulls back the curtain on the research he did for his book, MORE DEADLY THAN...

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Lessons from Pandemics Past: What the Spanish Flu Can Teach

NOV
18

Muslims in Brooklyn Educator Series #1: Listening as a Creative Act

Wed, Nov 18   4:30 pm to 6:00 pm   Virtual

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Join Brooklyn Connections for the first of three educator workshops using the Brooklyn Historical Society’s groundbreaking Muslims in Brooklyn  public arts and history project. Educators will gain strategies to bring oral histories into...

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Muslims in Brooklyn Educator Series #1: Listening as a Creative Act

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