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Posted: February 25, 2020

Teaching New Mexico History: Indigenous Perspectives

This three-credit course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education at UNM who are interested in teaching social studies with an enhanced knowledge of New Mexico History with Indigenous perspectives. The purpose of this course is for social studies educators to enhance curriculum and instruction of social studies at the elementary and secondary levels.

Teaching New Mexico History: Indigenous Perspectives

Teaching New Mexico History: Indigenous Perspectives

Undergraduate (LLSS 493) June 15 – June 18, 2020 June 22 – June 25, 2020 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. UNM Main Campus: Dane Smith 132 (In person) UNM Taos: Taos Pueblo Hall 123 (Zoom) Instructor: Glenabah Martinez, Ph.D. Contact Professor Martinez for more information: 505-277-6047/glenie@unm.edu

Throughout the session, they will engage in thoughtful discussion of the content of New Mexico History with the goal of developing unit plans and activities for use in the classroom. We will identify and examine primary documents for classroom use, select audiovisual resources appropriate for middle and high school students, and create class activities to stimulate interest in topics and issues directly related to New Mexico History. Offered by the Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies (LLSS) at the University of New Mexico

***Summer 2020*** Teaching New Mexico History: Indigenous Perspectives Graduate Credit (LLSS 593) June 15 – June 18, 2020 June 22 – June 25, 2020 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. UNM Main Campus: Dane Smith 132 (In person) UNM Taos: Taos Pueblo Hall 123 (Zoom) Instructor: Glenabah Martinez, Ph.D. Contact Professor Martinez for more information: 505-277-6047/glenie@unm.edu This three-credit course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education at UNM who are interested in teaching social studies with an enhanced knowledge of New Mexico History with Indigenous perspectives. The purpose of this course is for social studies educators to enhance curriculum and instruction of social studies at the elementary and secondary levels. Throughout the session, they will engage in thoughtful discussion of the content of New Mexico History with the goal of developing unit plans and activities for use in the classroom. We will identify and examine primary documents for classroom use, select audiovisual resources appropriate for middle and high school students, and create class activities to stimulate interest in topics and issues directly related to New Mexico History. Offered by the Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies (LLSS) at the University of New Mexico