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Do you need graduate credit? Newman University is offering 1 graduate credit for conference participants. Enroll before (or at) the conference using the form linked here - https://tinyurl.com/y5rddp8a. Then, following the conference, complete the post-conference reflection essay which will be emailed to you by Cameron Carlson, Dean of The School of Education. We appreciate Newman working with us to make this possible for teachers!

This conference is presented by KCHE in partnership with KCSS, KCEE, KGA, KHS, KSDE, and ESSDACK. We hope you enjoy this professional development experience!
Sunday, October 20 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
George Washington - Lessons & Legacy (split session): (Session 1) When They See Us: Beyond Whips and Chains They Had Names; (Session 2) Be Washington!

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This will be a split session between two teachers who attended George Washington Teacher Institutes at Mount Vernon. Participants will learn about how to approach difficult subjects, particularly the institution of American slavery, with students by guiding them to look beyond stereotypical images and instead delve into real stories, such as those of the enslaved people who lived at Mount Vernon during George Washington's presidency. Participants will also learn about Be Washington, a first-person interactive leadership experience. With this online tool, students can face the challenges that Washington faced as both commander of the Continental Army as well as president of the United States. How would their responses compare to the Commander in Chief? Could you Be Washington?

Speakers
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Susan Cooper

Assistant Principal, Southwest Middle School
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Adam Topliff

Teacher, Wamego Middle School


Sunday October 20, 2019 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Dugan - Alumni Room Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213

Attendees (13)