Help students have passion for math, science
Sunday, May 27, 2012 - 20:00
Intended for teachers from fourth to twelfth grades and administrators seeking to reduce far-below proficient concentrations, special education overplacement and dropouts, the session demonstrates how culturally-responsive narrative curriculum using books, online and television engages hard-to-reach learners in a new context of success. Leader is John William Templeton, curator of LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE: The Lasers of Dr. Robert Lawrence Thornton at The Tech Museum of Innovation and founder of ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage educational television network. Registration at californiablackhistory.com including books, meals and museum admission is $175.