of San Francisco
The Henry George School of Social Science
invites educators to two social studies and language arts professional development workshops
19th century California land rights
-teaching California history from a land rights perspective using highly interactive student built board games.
This workshop equips you to guide students in creating an over-sized board game introducing students to fundamental economic concepts and 19th century California history (with ready transferability to any social studies topic).
Saturday, July 14, 9-12 noon $50 stipend upon completion
California’s premier 19th century equal rights advocate
-teaching equal rights history through three 45 minute lessons focusing on the professional educator’s life of Kate Kennedy (secured precedent for equal pay for women in 1873; first California woman to join the Knights of Labor; first woman to run for state-wide public office; secured civil service tenure in 1890).
This workshop equips you to introduce women’s equal rights history to students through the life of Kate Kennedy (1827-1890).
Saturday, July 21, 9-12 noon $50 stipend upon completion
Contact David Giesen, Professional Development Coordinator