October 1, 2019 at Orange County Superior Court, 8:00am – 3:30pm
Courts and the Classroom: ABOTA’s Teachers Law School is designed for middle and
high school educators with an interest in law-related education. Sessions
provide teachers with valuable content directly from legal professionals. Join
us for in-depth content sessions around the courts and Korematsu v. U.S. Visit
Orange County Superior Court, the Federal Court House, and the Old Courthouse! Participants
receive breakfast and lunch, as well as, lesson plans and other resources. REGISTRATION CLOSED FOR 2019
FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT FOR K-12 TEACHERS: Building Knowledge and Confidence in Personal Finance
(Two-Days, Earn $200 for Participation), see Attached Flyer, Hosted by the California Jump$tart Coalition - October 19, 2019 and October 26, 2019, 8:30am – 3:30pm
This two-day workshop will help teachers to gain confidence about their own personal finances, preparing them to integrate personal finance concepts into classroom instruction. Experts will address the following topics: spending and financial planning, credit and debt, saving and investing, managing risk and information on pensions. The opportunity is focused on K-12 teachers with any content focus. Register here.
Constitution Day takes place on September 17th every year. All agencies receiving federal funds commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution on or about September 17th. The Orange County Department of Education and partner organizations offer a number of resources and events for teachers and students.
The People v. Goldie Locks Lesson Plans: Download
Heroes Hall at the OC Fair & Event Center is a free, permanent, year-round museum with exhibitions, performances and educational programs that celebrate the legacy of Orange County veterans and others who have served our nation. The two-story exhibition space will rotate themes semi-annually with each focusing on an aspect of the personal stories and experiences of veterans.
School are invited to participate in the 21st Annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest. Participating schools may submit a total of three entries (art, film, prose or poetry) from three individual students in the following categories: art, film, prose, and/or poetry. Students will be eligible to win a first prize award of $400 in each category. Educators and schools will also be eligible to win a first prize of $200 each. First-place student winners in the United States, their parents/guardians, and teachers will be invited to participate in an expense-paid study trip to visit the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, the Museum of Tolerance, the Japanese American National Museum, and other sites in Los Angeles, as well as to meet with members of The 1939 Society, a community of Holocaust survivors, descendants and friends. Funding permitting, this invitation will also be extended to first-place students living outside of the United States. In addition, first-place student entries will be posted on Chapman University’s contest website. For more information
or to view previous winning entries, visit http://www.chapman.edu/holocaust-arts-contest
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Endowment for the Humanities Grants
Teaching about the Holocaust: Southern California Teacher Forum on Holocaust Education
Every year the United States Memorial Museum, in cooperation with the University of Southern California (USC), will present "Teaching about the Holocaust: Southern California Teacher Forum on Holocaust Education', a three-day teacher professional development forum. The program will take place at USC and is offered free to teachers. More information can be found by visiting United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website.
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation