Educator and Student Support

Building a SET Curriculum for Ethnic Studies – Webinar

Building a SET Curriculum for Ethnic Studies: Incorporating Scholarship, Experiential Learning and Travel

This session will begin with an introduction to notions of curriculum to include definitions and perspectives and definitions and understandings of ethnic studies. Using Herbert Spencer’s (1884) questions regarding curriculum, the Dr. Berry will offer guidelines toward building a K-12 ethnic studies curriculum that incorporates the most current and comprehensive interdisciplinary knowledge and research (scholarship) on ethnic studies, service-learning and career-oriented activities with ethnic studies (experiential learning), and the ways in which travel opportunities can be integrated into a curriculum for ethnic studies.

Presenter: Dr. Theodorea Regina Berry, Vice Provost for Student Learning and Academic Success and Dean, University of Central Florida

This resource is part of the IDRA Ethnic Studies – Online Technical Assistance Toolkit.