Sat, Nov 13|
2021 ASA Teachers' Workshop
Designing the Future: African visions for a just world | Registration Now Open. More details and registration instructions below. Limited FREE tickets available!
Time & Location
Nov 13, 2021, 11:55 AM – 7:00 PM EST
About the Event
Designing the Future: African visions for a just world
Saturday, November 13th from 12pm-7pm ET
Please read! Registration is a two step process!
- Step 1: Click the registration link on this webpage and fill out the registration form.
- Step 2: Create your myasa.african studies profile at https://myasa.africanstudies.org/login
If you've created a profile on myasa.africanstudies before and do not remember your password, please follow the steps to reset your password. You must complete BOTH steps by November 1st, 2021 to register. A limited number of free tickets are available. Once free tickets sell out, ticket prices are $35. You must be a current US K-14 teacher to be eligible for a free ticket.
You may receive an automated email once the African Studies Association adds you to the registration list stating that you've been charged $100 for your ticket. Please note that this is not the case! You haven't provided any credit card details and you have not been charged. Please ignore this message.
How do we design just and sustainable futures together? Why is it important to center Africa in our thinking about the future and what can we learn from the African experience toward this goal? This year’s ASA Teachers’ Workshop brings the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under a critical lens. We see the struggle for a more just world - from the fostering of more equitable North-South relations, the struggle for gender equity, to the dismantling of global white supremacy - as intricately connected with struggles for the well-being of our whole planet. We know that students and educators are trying to work out their role as agents of change for a more equitable and sustainable world. We also note that demographic changes mean Africa will be central to this future.
In response, this year's workshop sessions explore diverse African visions and work toward a better future. You'll learn why your students need a better understanding of African countries as we move further into the 21st century, then you'll have a chance to explore in more depth. Workshops are organized by subject: history and social studies, literature and language arts, visual arts and music, science and technology. No matter what subject or age-group you teach, the ASA Teachers' Workshop will provide you with ways to incorporate African visions for a just future into your teaching.
More details can be found the on Workshop Schedule Page.