Race and the American Story supports K-12 schools across the country by providing a variety of curriculum consultation and professional development services.
Schools may choose any two of the session options below for a half-day training, or any four of the session options below for a full-day training. Each session is designed to last 1-1.5 hours, depending on the size of the audience. Schools may also sign up for a series of trainings throughout the academic year, which normally include one on-site training and one virtual training per semester. All sessions and packages are customizable to meet individual school needs.
Session 1: Teaching About Controversial Figures in American History
Session 2: How to Teach the Civil Rights Movement
Session 3: Racism and the Constitution
Session 4: Identity and Perspective in K-12 Pedagogy
Session 5: Sensitive Racial Language in the Classroom
Session 6: States’ Rights and Slavery in the Civil War
Session 7: American Racism and Religion
Session 8: Educating for Goodness
Session 9: The Use of Imagery in Teaching About Racism
Stephanie and Adam are available to provide full-service curriculum consultation services, which normally include (1) informational and collaborative meetings with teachers, curriculum coordinators and other school leadership; (2) comprehensive and detailed review of existing curricular materials used in the school; and (3) recommendations for supplementing, enhancing, or replacing these materials where needed. This customizable service normally extends over the course of one academic year.
For information regarding these services, or to schedule an initial meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.