June 27, 2017, 9:00am
Addressing Islamophobia in K-12 Education: A Workshop for Teachers
Presenter: Dr. Jamal Elias, Dr. Cheikh Babou, and Mr. Juan Castrillon
Location: Connector Building Room 101 Camden County College, Blackwood Campus, NJ

The Middle East Center and Center for Civic Leadership and Responsibility at Camden County College are happy to present: “Addressing Islamophobia in K-12 Education: a Workshop for Teachers". The workshop will take place Tuesday, June 27th between 9:00-3:30pm in Connector Building (Room 101) Camden Community College, Blackwood Campus.

Dr. Jamal Elias, Dr. Cheikh Babou, and the Ethno-Musicologist Juan Castrillon, all three from the University of Pennsylvania, will give lectures and performances on how to address Islamophobia in the classroom.

Participation is free but registration is required since space is limited.

Teachers are eligible to receive a stipend of $150 along with instructional material from Brown’s Choices Program and New Jersey Professional Development Credit. To receive the stipend teachers are required to submit a lesson plan based on the material presented in the program within a week of the conclusion of the program.

For more information and to register please find the flyer and the registration form below. The deadline for registration is May 31. Please email your registration forms to Valerie Concordia at vconcordia@camdencc.edu

Camden County College Center for Civic Leadership and Responsibility & The Middle East Center