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We are participating in the Civic Season ideal by offering a free 4-day workshop to educators in the Greater Cincinnati area. Participants will experience some of our current field trip offerings first-hand, showcasing different grade levels, engage in discussion with museum educators on teaching “hard history” topics, and collaborate with K-12 colleagues.

Days 1, 2, and 4 will take place at the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. Day 3 will take place in Ripley, OH (about a 1-hour drive from Walnut Hills – carpooling may be available). Workshop sessions are free to participants and open to K-12 educators, as well as pre-service teachers. Books and materials are included. Funding is made possible through the Ohio Humanities Council. We are currently seeking funding for lunches as well.

Sessions will run 9:30 – 3:30 each day – Monday June 20 – Thursday June 23. Sign Up using the link. You will get an email confirmation. Additional instructions will be sent in mid-June. Check out our website to learn more about our other programs and tours. https://stowehousecincy.org/index.html

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