March 06, 2020
This full-day interactive workshop will provide a multitude of resources for educators to discuss issues of immigration and global migration in their classrooms. Participants will explore the history of immigration to the United States and current U.S. immigration policy, as well as the global refugee crisis and its local impact in Northeast Ohio. The workshop will equip teachers with materials to analyze and respond to students’ thinking on current issues, without injecting their own opinion. The workshop is appropriate for middle and high school history, social studies, and humanities teachers, including AP and IB educators.
Registration fee includes instruction, materials, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Contact hours for educator license renewal are available.
Franz Warner Room, Residence Inn Cleveland Downtown, 527 Prospect Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44115
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM U.S. Immigration Policy: Past & Present
10:15 AM Content Lecture on U.S. Immigration Policy – Dr. Daniel Chand, Kent State University
11:15 AM A Look at the 2017 Executive Order on Immigration & Refugee Policy
12:00 PM Lunch provided by the Cleveland Council on World Affairs
12:45 PM Global Refugee Crisis and its Local Impact
1:45 PM Looking at the Global Refugee Crisis
3:00 PM Evaluation and Closing
Online registration for the event has closed. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Coerdt, Manager of Global Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 255-9002.