Draughon Center Hosting World War I Teacher Workshop
The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities will host an Alabama Humanities Foundation’s 2017 SUPER Teacher Program on “World War I Centennial: Alabama in the Great War” on Wednesday, March 29 at Pebble Hill.
SUPER is available free of charge to all Alabama educators teaching in grades 4-12. This program provides graduate-level, content-rich professional development to public and private school teachers, school librarians, and administrators who wish to expand and deepen their knowledge within the humanities.
The one-day workshop will explore Alabama’s contributions to and commemorations of World War I. Teachers will be reimbursed for a substitute.
For more information, or to register, visit alabamahumanities.org/superteacher.
Last Updated: February 16, 2017