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Upcoming events categorized as: Outreach

Feb
10

You Belong Here: How Teachers Create Welcoming Schools and Classrooms for Immigrant Students

In this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn from students of immigrant families about what has been helpful and would be helpful to them in their experiences at school.

Feb
10

A 'Lunar New Year' Family Art Day (and Public Kickoff)

Join us in this free, family-oriented event aimed at exploring and creating art forms inspired by this year's NEA Big Read book, "To Live," by Chinese author Yu Hua.

Mar
1

'To Live' Book Discussion

Join members of the Athens-Clarke County Library's book clubs to discuss this year's Big Read selection, "To Live," by Yu Hua.

Mar
24

Zines for Everyone! Multi-Genre Writing Products with Low Stakes and High Motivation

In this engaging and hands-on workshop, you will move through the process of creating a zine, a multi-genre miniature magazine with a central theme or topic published by hand.

Apr
14

What's Your STORRI? Teachers Using Narrative to Unpack Wobble Moments in their Practice

In this workshop, you will explore wobble moments, examine examples of narratives depicting such moments, and gain multiple perspectives on your classroom.

May
5

From Personal to Social: Politics, Multi-Layered Narratives, and Social Justice in the Secondary Literacy Classroom

This workshop will explore teaching writing as a political act. How do we address issues of social justice—race, class, gender, sexuality, religion—through literacy practices in secondary classrooms?