Educator Workshops


Teach the World Workshops 

 

K-12 educator workshops provide interactive sessions and educational resources that strengthen knowledge about local and global issues. Each event creates opportunities to collaborate with others and discuss how to integrate intercultural resources into the school community. Engaging speakers and interactive sessions have addressed regions around the world and themes such as the immigration and refugee experience, the global link between the environment and social justice, and women in the world. 

Follow our News and Events page for information on upcoming Teach the World Workshops and Youth Forums.

Past Workshops:

 

Ethnic Music of Latin America: Gerardo Calderon

 

Teach Africa--Women & The Family

 

Teach Southeast Asia--Chinese Religion

 

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Youth Forum

 

Our annual High School Youth Forum engages students in peer-to-peer learning through leadership workshops, discussion groups, networking activities, and action projects. Facilitated in part by WorldOregon's Young Leaders in Action program, this event draws students from around the greater Portland area for a full day of programming with dynamic community speakers.

 

 

To learn more about how you can get involved with Youth Forum, contact:

 

To learn more about educator workshops, please contact:

 

Global Classroom Project Manager, 

Samara Chism-Winfield

 samara@worldoregon.org  |  (503) 306-5296

 

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