Educators in Oklahoma are invited to register for a FREE workshop co-hosted by the Oklahoma History Center and the George Washington Teacher Institute.

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Learning from the Land: Agriculture in the Time of Washington

Agriculture is an interdisciplinary cultural topic that educators can use to make powerful connections with their students. Join classroom teachers and historians from George Washington’s Mount Vernon and the Oklahoma History Center as they explore effective ways to incorporate agriculture in to classroom curriculum. Sessions will cover teaching with food, using biographical perspectives, hands on activities, and the challenges of teaching slavery in the classroom.

 

Doors will open for Check-in at 10:00 a.m. The workshop will begin at 10:30 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m. Coffee and lunch will be provided. 

 

Please Note: This program has a $10 registration fee. The registration fee will be refunded after attendance at the event; registrants who do not attend the event will not be refunded. 

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