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To Intervene or Not to Intervene: American Involvement in World Affairs from the Spanish Civil War..
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4/18/2015
When: 4/18/2015
Where: The Ohio State University, Goldberg Center
Columbus, Ohio 
United States

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To Intervene or Not to Intervene: American Involvement in World Affairs from the Spanish Civil War to the Present
A Professional Development Opportunity for Social Studies and Spanish Teachers Interested in Working with Primary Sources
April 18, OSU campus, 9am-4pm
Cost: FREE
More information and signup:
How do we decide who is on the right side of an armed conflict? When do we stand up for what we believe in? What are our obligations in the face of injustice, as individuals and as a nation? These are the kinds of questions that the United States and its citizens faced when, in 1936, a Nazi- and Fascist-supported military rebellion tried to overthrow the democratically elected government of Spain. Although the United States government did not intervene in Spain, almost 3,000 Americans fought as volunteers against fascism, among them hundreds of Ohioans. This Professional Development Workshop for high school teachers in Social Studies and Spanish presents a compelling set of primary sources related to American involvement in Spain, as well as standards-aligned lesson plans, for teachers of Social Studies and Spanish.
Participating teachers may earn up to 12 Continuing Education Units, and optionally receive non-degree graduate credit.
Please note: This institute also includes one 90 minute online session (to view a film) prior to the event date and one 4-hour online experience related to evaluating an ALBA lesson plan after the event date.
Participating teachers may earn up to 12 Continuing Education Units, and optionally receive nondegree graduate credit.
For Additional Institute Information, visit:  http://goldbergcenter.osu.edu/
FAQs
Time(s)
Prior to the event - You will receive a link a 90-minute film and workshop documents to preview prior to the event.
Day of the event - Registration begins at 8:30 and the workshop runs from 9:00-4:00
After the event - a four hour (total) online experience related to the production of your customized lesson plan is required, but can be completed over several days.
Cost?
There is no cost associated with the instute, which includes lunch. We are also seeking funding to offset cost of graduate nondegree credit through Ashland University. If funding is not approved, you may apply for 1 credit hour through Ashland University for $175.
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