Calendar

Jun
1
Mon
Virtual Road Scholars: Cooking in Cotton Country
Jun 1 @ 11:00 am

Alabama Humanities’ Road Scholars program is going virtual with its first ever series of presentations on Zoom.

Learn more at our Road Scholars Page HERE.

Jun
8
Mon
SUPER Teacher Workshop – The Sufferage Movement @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 8 @ 11:00 am

The Suffrage Movement 

Want to learn more about the women of Alabama who worked to gain the right to vote for themselves and women of future generations?  Join us as we celebrate the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment and highlight Alabama’s suffragists from 1890-1920.   

 

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop.  

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.  

Access to Lesson plans 

CEU’s Offered  

 

Registration Link 

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kuJIUSK8SiWsvRdnMjch4g 

For more information, read our SUPER Teacher program page.

Jun
9
Tue
SUPER Teacher Tech Tuesday’s Webinar with Melissa Mann- SUPER Teacher Workshop Series – 60 Tools in 60 Minutes @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 9 @ 11:00 am

Webinar 1

60 Tools in 60 Minutes: Join Melissa Mann in this fast paced session as she shares a tool a minute that can be used in the classroom for tech integration, organization, differentiation, and more!

Live

Registration link

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wE4WT-vCR1eprCW08roFig 

Learn more on our SUPER Teacher program page.

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop series.

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.

Free Book for the first the first 20 teachers.

CEU’s Offered

You MUST attend all four workshops to receive the stipend of $100.00.

This stipend is for the first 20 teachers who attend and complete all four workshops.

For example: If you register for a workshop, and you are number 20. You are not able to attend seminars or only attend 30 min of each one. You will not be paid the stipend. Then the 21st person who completes all four workshops will move to the 20th place.

ZOOM Meetings will be recorded and reposted.

Jun
16
Tue
SUPER Teacher Tech Tuesday’s Webinar with Melissa Mann- SUPER Teacher Workshop Series – Social Emotional Toolbox @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 16 @ 11:00 am

Webinar 2

60 Tools in 60 Minutes: Join Melissa Mann in this fast paced session as she shares a tool a minute that can be used in the classroom for tech integration, organization, differentiation, and more!

Prerecorded

Registration link

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wE4WT-vCR1eprCW08roFig 

Learn more on our SUPER Teacher program page.

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop series.

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.

Free Book for the first the first 20 teachers.

CEU’s Offered

You MUST attend all four workshops to receive the stipend of $100.00.

This stipend is for the first 20 teachers who attend and complete all four workshops.

For example: If you register for a workshop, and you are number 20. You are not able to attend seminars or only attend 30 min of each one. You will not be paid the stipend. Then the 21st person who completes all four workshops will move to the 20th place.

ZOOM Meetings will be recorded and reposted.

Jun
23
Tue
SUPER Teacher Tech Tuesday’s Webinar with Melissa Mann- SUPER Teacher Workshop Series – The Techie Toolbox @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 23 @ 11:00 am

Webinar 3

The Techie Toolbox: Join Melissa Mann as she shares a variety of tools that can be used in the classroom for instruction, organization, and differentiation.

Prerecorded

Registration link

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wE4WT-vCR1eprCW08roFig 

Learn more on our SUPER Teacher program page.

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop series.

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.

Free Book for the first the first 20 teachers.

CEU’s Offered

You MUST attend all four workshops to receive the stipend of $100.00.

This stipend is for the first 20 teachers who attend and complete all four workshops.

For example: If you register for a workshop, and you are number 20. You are not able to attend seminars or only attend 30 min of each one. You will not be paid the stipend. Then the 21st person who completes all four workshops will move to the 20th place.

ZOOM Meetings will be recorded and reposted.

Jun
24
Wed
Humanities and the Future of Journalism in Rural Alabama – Virtual Workshop @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Jun
25
Thu
Humanities and the Future of Journalism in Rural Alabama – Virtual Workshop @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Jun
26
Fri
Humanities and the Future of Journalism in Rural Alabama – Virtual Workshop @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Jun
30
Tue
SUPER Teacher Tech Tuesday’s Webinar with Melissa Mann- SUPER Teacher Workshop Series – Unpacking the Techie Toolbox @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jun 30 @ 11:00 am

Webinar 4

Unpacking the Techie Toolbox: Join Melissa Mann as she shares how to use the tech tools in your toolbox. This session will include lesson ideas for content areas etc.

Prerecorded

Registration link

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wE4WT-vCR1eprCW08roFig 

Learn more on our SUPER Teacher program page.

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop series.

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.

Free Book for the first the first 20 teachers.

CEU’s Offered

You MUST attend all four workshops to receive the stipend of $100.00.

This stipend is for the first 20 teachers who attend and complete all four workshops.

For example: If you register for a workshop, and you are number 20. You are not able to attend seminars or only attend 30 min of each one. You will not be paid the stipend. Then the 21st person who completes all four workshops will move to the 20th place.

ZOOM Meetings will be recorded and reposted.

Jul
20
Mon
Alabama Citizens Fighting for Civil Rights: Landmark Supreme Court Cases Lesson 1 of 4 @ ZOOM - Virtual
Jul 20 @ 8:30 am

Meeting Day 1

Objectives:

  • Teachers will learn the Structured Academic Controversy deliberation strategy.
  • Teachers will analyze the components of “right to counsel” across two Supreme Court cases.
  • Teachers will apply “right to counsel” as they debate whether public defenders provide “adequate counsel” for all US citizens.
  • Teachers will reflect on the learning challenges and scaffolding necessary when implementing problem-based inquiry with younger learners.

 

8:30-9:00 Introduction to Persistent Issues in History (PIH) for civic competence approach  to teaching social studies

 

9:15-10:45 PIH Lesson: Powell v Alabama – Right to Counsel – Dr. Jada Kohlmeier

Structured Academic Controversy:

Do public defenders provide “adequate counsel?”

 

11:00-12:00 Dr. Steve Brown provides historical context and explains Constitutional rights  established in the featured case. Dr. Brown explain current implications for the  case being debated in legal and political contexts, including Q&A.

Registration link 

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_z9O7AQmsSrmC-4SjxBYvxw 

For more, read our Super Teacher Program page. 

 

Teachers will experience four inquiry-based lessons as 6-12 grade students on landmark Supreme Court cases that originated in Alabama and had significant impacts on national civil rights law. By the end of the workshop, teachers will leave with four problem-based inquiry strategies as well as a deeper understanding of the historical, constitutional, and democratic values inherent in the landmark cases that have influenced US history and legal rights for the past 70 years. The workshop will be led by an interdisciplinary team of social studies teacher educators and a constitutional law professor.

This workshop will be offered via video conferencing. A computer and wifi access will be required for participation. 

 

Lead Scholar: 

Dr. Jada Kohlmeier, Professor & Program Coordinator 

Secondary Social Studies Education 

Auburn University 

 

Additional Scholars: 

Dr. Jesús Tirado, Assistant Professor 

Secondary Social Studies Education 

Auburn University 

 

Mr. Nick Phillips, Ph.D. Candidate 

Secondary Social Studies Education 

Auburn University 

 

Dr. Steve Brown, Associate Professor 

Department of Political Science 

Auburn University 

 

Materials and Resources to be Provided 

 

    The first 20 teachers who register will  receive a copy of: Brown, Steve (in press). Alabama Justice: Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation. University of Alabama Press 

    All teachers receive free access to the PIH web site, including the lesson materials featured in the workshop as well as over 50 wise practice lessons for models of lesson design, scaffolds, documents, and reference materials. 

 

 

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop July 20-23.  

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.  

 

Free book & stipend for the first 20 teachers who sign up and attend the entire workshop.  

We will pay a stipend  of $100.00 to the first 20 teachers.