Twenty-five years have passed since the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. Learn creative ways to teach about this important event from classroom teachers and see the Memorial’s virtually-accessible resources.
Participants will also be challenged to unite students and communities in a time of division and isolation by engaging in Better Conversations. From an expert facilitator, refresh and learn the skills needed to lead respectful and civil discussions in your classroom.
*Due to COVID-19 this workshop will now be virtual. Registrants must have a camera and microphone.
*The workshop is free and open to middle and high school teachers. Space is limited so sign up today.*