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Teach Africa: A Free Conference for K-12 Educators

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The WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF OREGON & The PSU Office of International Affairs and Black Studies Department Present

TEACH AFRICA

"Africa Rising"

A Free CONFERENCE FOR K-12 EDUCATORS (lunch is $10)

Including Full-Time College Students and Youth Program Coordinators
MAY 18, 2013 from 8:00 – 3:30
Portland State University Smith Memorial Student Union
1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR

Teach Africa is a daylong conference that will provide educational resources and strengthen participants general knowledge about this diverse and dynamic part of the world.
The day will begin with an inspirational keynote address and end with sessions on teaching strategies.
Breakout sessions will explore African culture and the many issues facing the African continent today.
History, environment, health, politics, governance, immigration, trade, economics, humanitarian concerns, woman and the family,
art, literature, music and dance are among the many topics that will be addressed.
The day will also include an African meal ($10), entertainment by the Obo Addy Legacy Project and an Information and Action Fair.

          Early Registration HIGHLY Recommended!

Deadline May 12th!

Please register online below.

Questions? Karen Ettinger, K-12 Education Director, karenatworldoregon [dot] org  503-306-5270

Learn more about the World Affairs Council of Oregon  www.worldoregon.org 

"Teach Africa" is the 5th in the World Affairs Council’s “Teach the World Educator Conference and Youth Forum Series.” The "Teach Africa Youth Forum" will take place on December 2, 2013 at PSU.

 


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