Global Health Through Literature
A professional development workshop for K-12 educators and education students aimed at internationalizing curricula using books related to global health from around the world.Register
You are invited to “Global Health Through Literature,” a workshop for K-12 teachers and K-12 education students organized by the KU Area Studies Centers to explore the theme of global health.
Designed as a professional development workshop open to all K-12 school professionals and K-12 education students, this hybrid in-person/virtual one-day event will challenge educators to internationalize their curricula by incorporating one or more lesson plans into their classes, which teach a book on the theme of global health. The lesson plans will also include digital resources and a free copy of each book.
Attendees will hear from scholars at the University of Kansas from each of the four area studies centers. In 45-minute sessions, each center will present a book related to its region on the theme of global health, a corresponding lesson plan designed for secondary school classrooms, and teach instructors the importance of the book and the necessary context needed to incorporate it into their curricula.
Please join us on Friday July 7, 2023 from 9:00-4:00 p.m. in Frank Bangs Memorial Classroom (4066 Wescoe Hall) at 1445 Jayhawk Blvd, Lawrence, KS 66045. Limited spaces are available.
This is a free workshop made possible by Title VI National Resource Center grant funding provided by the U.S. Department of Education. Refreshments, snacks, a complimentary breakfast, and lunch will be provided by the University of Kansas Area Studies Centers.
Please register by June 16
The Area Studies Centers will pay for your campus parking. Make sure to indicate that you will need parking when you complete the registration form.
Area Studies Centers at KU
Center for East Asian Studies
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Kansas African Studies Center