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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!
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Sunday, October 20 • 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Humanities Moments: Finding Connections Between the Past and our Daily Lives

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Humanities moments occur daily in the lives of human beings. We access them through stories that reveal our complexities, our aspirations, and our tragic flaws. Whether we reflect on our personal experiences or our national history, it is the humanities moment that are most resonant and to which we continually return to mark who we are as individuals and as a culture.

This workshop will explore how the instructional resources and programs of the National Humanities Center inspire moments in humanities classroom. Our session will feature sources and inquiry-based activities from the NHC webinar series, online course catalog, and summer institutes. Participants will receive free access to all materials in the Humanities in Class Digital Library.

Session Leader
Andy Mink
Vice President of Education
National Humanities Center
Durham, North Carolina
member of NCHE Board of Trustees

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Andy Mink

Vice President of Education, National Humanities Center
Andy Mink is the vice president for education programs at the National Center for the Humanities. He designs and leads professional development programs for K-12 and university educators, using hands-on instructional models and drawing on his experiences as executive director of ... Read More →

Sunday October 20, 2019 4:30pm - 6:30pm CDT
Bishop Gerber - Room 105 Newman University, 3100 W. McCormick Wichita, Kansas 67213