Migration: A Summer Institute For Educators
Held August 7 – August 11, 2006, the program is jointly sponsored by the UCLA Center for European & Eurasian Studies and the UCLA History-Geography project.
Published: Monday, April 24, 2006
The Summer Institute, a continuation of the 2006 Scholar-Teacher Symposium Series, brings educators and UCLA scholars, led by curriculum specialist Mary Hendra (Santa Monica High School), together to focus on ethnicity, diversity and other issues in contemporary Europe.
UCLA scholars will present lectures on comparative views of democracies, related to the California History/ Social Science standards. Mary Hendra (Santa Monica High School), will be the Teacher leader for this workshop. Each lecture is followed by a presentation of classroom applications designed by a K-12 teacher. At the end of the workshop successful participants will receive a certifi cate of completion of a workshop on Migration.
- Applications due May 31, 2006.
- For more information call (310) 825-4060.
- Apply online: www.international.ucla. edu/euro/teachers/signup.asp
Monday, August 7th
- Migrations Out Of Spain
Teofilo F. Ruiz, UCLA, History
Spain: Conquest, Reconquest, and Migration
Tuesday, August 8th
- Armenian Migration
Richard Hovannisian, UCLA, History
Wednesday, August 9th
- European Migration
Troy Burnett, UCLA, History
Late 19th - 20th Century European Migration
Thursday, August 10th
- Teachers’ Curriculum Session
Friday, August 11th
- Presentation of Curricula
Lunch: Certificate Awards
The Summer Institute meets Monday-Friday, 9 am - 4 pm. LAUSD and UCLA Extension credit is available. For more information and free parking, call (310) 825-4060.
The UCLA History Geography Project
The UCLA History-Geography Project, since its inception in 1992, has brought together groups of educators who often work in separate worlds and professional cultures to promote social science education. As one of the sites of the California History-Social Science Project (CH-SSP), our community includes individuals from different school districts, institutional settings, disciplines, and grade levels. Our specific task has been to use the complementary fields of history and geography as the basis for building bridges between groups, which is particularly important in a city as diverse as Los Angeles. We believe strongly that a quality social science education is an integral part of a well-rounded curriculum for a successful student.
The UCLA Center For European & Eurasian Studies (CEES)
Since 1993, CEES has devoted its resources to the development of innovative research and teaching on Europe and Eurasia. CEES’s primary goal is to internationalize education, training a new generation of highly profi cient specialists in an expanding Europe. CEES programs place particular emphasis on curriculum development and ongoing training of teachers at the K-12 and post-secondary levels.
The 2006 Summer Institute is organized by the Center for European & Eurasian Studies at UCLA and supported by a Department of Education grant (Title VI), the UCLA History- Geography Project and the California Geographic Alliance at UCLA.