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National Humanities Center Spring 2015 Schedule Announced

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

America in Class from the National Humanities CenterThe National Humanities Center is pleased to announce their spring schedule of live, online professional development seminars, free for California history, literature, and humanities teachers. Led by distinguished scholars, the seminars explore historical documents, literary texts, and images to demonstrate and support teaching with primary sources. Seminar materials are free, online, and available on-demand.

Spring 2015 seminars include:

  • Cuba and the Cold War: Beyond the Missile Crisis
  • The American Popular Perceptions of WWII
  • Teaching To Kill A Mockingbird
  • Images of Asians in American Culture
  • Gandhi and King on the March: The Power of Nonviolence

Each National Humanities Center seminar provides three hours of professional development, and educators can earn one university credit, exclusively at CSU, Chico, upon completion of five NHC seminars.

View the complete spring 2015 schedule and read more about the program.