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Teaching Lorain Institute
September 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Fall Faculty Happy Hour! Come explore local content with Lorain’s own community experts and enjoy a libation with us!
Teaching Lorain is sponsoring the Fall Faculty Happy Hour sessions as a way to cultivate discussion and engagement in topics relevant to the success of educators, their students, and the community. Our team will take a more in-depth look at the themes and curricular touchpoints that arise from the group to construct classroom strategies, unit outlines, and future Teaching Lorain Institutes. We’re looking forward to seeing last year’s cohort back in person so we’re hoping you can join us and bring a friend! We need you – we need your voice!
Note: Refreshments and a $5.00 drink ticket will be provided. It is not necessary to commit to attending each one of the fall sessions to participate. Reservations are requested by sending an e-mail to: [email protected]
September 15, 2022 • Community Engagement: Right Here, Right Now! • Union Town Provisions (422 Broadway, Lorain) • See how the public and private sector can connect with educators and families to bring about true community engagement.
October 20, 2022 • It Started with a Cocktail Bar…and the rest is history! • Starting at the Carnegie Center (329 W. 10th St., Lorain), followed by a visit to Speak of the Devil Cocktail Bar (201 W. 5th St., Lorain) • Hear how the revitalization of downtown Lorain began with one couple’s idea and a cocktail.
November 17, 2022 • Trivia Learning Lab • Carnegie Center (329 W. 10th St., Lorain) • A game night to preview the ethnic history that made Lorain “The International City”. Bring along a friend who might be interested in the Teaching Lorain Institute this Winter!
The Teaching Lorain Institute is a professional development program for K-12 educators interested in connecting their students to Lorain’s history, public policy, economics, and youth engagement. Participants learn from area leaders and experts, engage in various activities focused on pedagogy, visit interesting sites around Lorain and develop classroom-ready curricula for immediate use.
The History of Ethnicity, Race, and Equity in Lorain
This year Teaching Lorain Institute is an exploration of the history of ethnicity, race, and equity in Lorain. The program focuses on the immigrant and migrant groups who came to Lorain through the 20th century, the changing ethnic and economic landscape brought on by industry, federal housing policies, and the challenges of creating and maintaining equity.
The History of Ethnicity, Race, and Equity in Lorain will begin on Saturday, January 21 from 9:00 – 3:00 and will continue with three Thursday evening sessions from 4:00 – 6:00 on February 9, March 9, and April 13.
For more information or to register for any of the sessions, email [email protected]