Social Justice in the Classroom Curriculum Development, January-May.
Refugees in Our Classroom, March 1.
Colonialism and Health Care in Africa, April 1.
Economies of Africa, April 21.
Inclusive Education: Public Health in Africa, April 4.
Introduction to Arabic for Non-Language Educators, May 20.
Minnesota's Migration and Digital Storytelling, June 26-29.
Stories of Conflict and Hope African Literature in the Classroom, July 10-13.
Curriculum Development African Literature in the Classroom, July 17-27.
Africana Monthly Book Club for K-12 Educators, January-May.
Principles of Hinduism: a Workshop for Educators, March 1.
Managing Modern Identity and Dual Cultures, St. Paul Community College, March.
Infusing African Experience into the Curriculum, Normandale Community College, March-May.
Teaching the History of the Gold Coast through a Graphic Novel, a training for preservice teachers, April.
The Zika Virus: What is It and How Do We Teach It? May 31.
Minnesota’s Migration and Digital Storytelling, June 13-16.
Teaching about Genocides in Africa: Rwanda and Darfur, June 20-23.
Africa in the Classroom, June 27-30.
Developing Culturally Relevant Curricula on Africa: a Partnership of Experienced and Preservice teachers, June 27-July 14.
Building Community: An Introduction to Teaching Issues of Social Justice in the Classroom, October 5.
Social Movements and Identity, October 25.
African Curriculum in the K-12 Classroom, November 5.
Local Voices: An Exploration of Identity Through Digital Storytelling, November 10.
Incorporating Internationally Themed Literature: Deconstructing Stereotypes in your Classroom, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm November 17, National Council for Teachers of English National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia.
Global Literature in the High School Classroom, 11:00 am-2:15 pm November 18, National Council for Teachers of English National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia
Narratives of Identity: African Studies Initiative and Leech Lake Tribal College, April 2.
World War I and the Armenian Genocide, April 25.
Holocaust Education in a Global Context, June 15-18.
Minnesota Goes to Berlin: Immigrant and Refugee Education in Germany (funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Center of Excellence housed in the Center for German & European Studies), June 12-22.
Water, Health, and the World’s Cities, June 29-July 2.
Teaching African Identities through Film, July 27-30.
Women in Islam, September 19.
Understanding African Global Migration, September-December.
Identities in the Classroom: a ten-day professional development for visiting Berlin, Germany teachers (funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Center of Excellence housed in the Center for German & European Studies), October 19-29.
Affirming Identities in the Classroom, October 27.