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Challenging Stereotypes About Women in the Middle East: Teacher Training Workshop for K-12 Educators

Event Date:

August 14, 2018 | 4:30 PM EDT TO 7:30 PM EDT

ADDRESS:

University of Pennsylvania
Houston Hall 217, Bishop White (Located on the 2nd floor of Houston Hall)
3417 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

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This workshop is designed to provide professional development training to K-12 educators by assisting them in incorporating media analysis in their curricula, specifically focusing on the stereotyping of women in the Middle East.
This workshop is designed to provide professional development training to K-12 educators by assisting them in incorporating media analysis in their curricula, specifically focusing on the stereotyping of women in the Middle East. Flyer designed by Anna Viden. United States, 2018.

Please join us on Tuesday, August 14, 2018, from 4:30-7:30 PM for a free teacher training workshop led by Pulitzer Center journalist grantee Emily Feldman and Pulitzer Center Senior Education Manager Fareed Mostoufi on how to incorporate media global reporting and media analysis skills into diverse curricula.

The workshop focuses on how to challenge stereotypes about women in the Middle East and includes a series of presentations and hands-on exercises. Dinner will also be provided.

The workshop offers educators Act 48 credit. To receive Act 48 credits, participants are expected to submit a lesson plan on how they plan to incorporate media analysis into their curricula. The lesson plan should be submitted one to two weeks after the course.

To register for the workshop and for dinner, please send an email to Anna Viden at aviden[at]sas.upenn.edu

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