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Encounters, Movement, and Borderlands: Perspectives on World History

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Encounters, Movement, and Borderlands: Perspectives on World History
In this workshop, teachers will learn how thinking about time and space interactively helps students to think critically about the major forces and processes driving history and human experience across centuries and producing the world we inhabit today.
Learn the "why" and "how" to teach about religions in world history classes. Explorations of the dynamism of world religions and the different experiences of immigrants and indigenous peoples in and across borderlands will illustrate the importance of situating the diverse identities, perspectives, and lived experiences that students encounter in the historic events they study and in their own communities.
Audience  Teachers, grades 6, 7, 10
Partners  California Geographic Alliance, California 3Rs Project, Constitutional Rights Foundation, Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens
Included  Continental breakfast, lunch, training, materials, and complimentary access to the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens
Price  $ 175.00 per individual

 If paying by credit card:
 During the registration process, you will be given a link to go to our secure credit card server site.

 You will be charged a non-refundable fee for using the services.

 The receipt for your payment will be sent to the email address you used to pay for the workshop. If you have problems making a credit card payment, please   contact Maribel Garcia (

 Please keep the email for your records.

 Your registration will be marked as paid, and within 24-48 hours you will receive an email from us confirming your registration and receipt of payment. If you  do not receive the workshop confirmation email please check your spam folder. If your payment is not accepted for some reason, please contact Maribel Garcia  ( for further instructions.

If paying by check or purchase order:
To confirm enrollment, payment must be received in this office no later than 10 days prior to the event. Please include on the check or purchase order the event name, date, and the name(s) of the participant(s). The check should be made payable to the Los Angeles County Office of Education.
Mailing address:
Los Angeles County Office of Education
Attn: Michelle Herczog, Coordinator III
9300 E. Imperial Highway, ECW236
Downey, CA 90242

To cancel registration you must contact this office. Materials and refreshments are ordered based on anticipated attendance. District will be billed for "no shows."

Location Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
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Contact Michelle Herczog
P: (562) 922-6331
Sponsor History/Social Science