|Center For Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Summer 2013 Teacher Workshop:
COST: $45 (non-refundable). Fee covers all sessions, materials and meals.
The workshop is open to K-12 teachers, English as a Second Language teachers, principals and other administrators, and librarians, and will be held in two locations as a one-day event.
Presentations and discussion will focus on Hmong history and culture, as well as current issues facing Hmong students and their families in the US and in Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, and Southern China today.
Presenters will include Pao Vue from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, NaoLue Herr from the Madison Metropolitan School District, and Anne Vang-Lo from the Appleton School District.
Because there will be a cap on registration, we will accept applications on a first-come/first-serve basis. The first twelve registrants for each location will receive a free copy of The Late Homecomer, by Kao Kalia Yang. Registration deadline: June 1, 2013.
*Participants who successfully complete the workshop will receive one UW-Madison graduate credit (tuition waived), but will need to register with the university to take this credit as a special student.
To register for the workshop itself, go to: http://intl-institute.wisc.edu/payment/hmong2013/
For instructions on registering for a credit from UW-Madison as a special student, go to: General Seminar: Hmong in Contemp/Hist Perspect.
Center for Southeast Asian Studies