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Organization name: Wayne State University
Keywords: Disability and Identity in History, Literature, and Media (ALL of these words -- matching substrings)

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ES-267084-19Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsWayne State UniversityDisability and Identity in History, Literature, and Media10/1/2019 - 11/30/2021$139,326.00SusanL.Gabel   Wayne State UniversityDetroitMI48201-1347USA2019Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs1393260109744.360

A one-week institute for 30 K-12 educators on disability and identity in history and literature.

Wayne State University College of Education proposes a new week-long summer institute for twenty-eight K-12 teachers. Kindergarten through fifth grade teachers will be given preference. Guest Faculty will teach about identity and disability identity, and engage in deep discussions with participants. Institute Scholars will benefit from discussions with faculty and other Institute Scholars, pursue independent or collaborative projects, use analysis skills with primary sources, and translate their learning into their teaching. Cultural texts, including the texts of the K-12 curriculum, are embedded with frames of references often portraying disability identity as crystallized rather than evolving. With leadership from a team of renowned Guest Faculty, Institute Scholars will explore disability identity as it is represented in the K-12 curriculum.

ES-281217-21Education Programs: Institutes for K-12 EducatorsWayne State UniversityDisability and Identity in History, Literature, and Media10/1/2021 - 12/31/2022$120,000.00SusanL.GabelAja ReynoldsWayne State UniversityDetroitMI48201-1347USA2021Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralInstitutes for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs120000097557.20

A one-week, virtual institute for 25 K-12 teachers on disability and identity in history, literature, and the media.

Abstract for: Disability Identity in History, Literature, and Media Cultural texts, including the texts of the K-12 curriculum, are embedded with frames of references often portraying disability identity as crystallized rather than fluid and dynamic. Wayne State University College of Education proposes a week-long virtual summer institute for twenty-five K-12 teachers. Kindergarten through fifth grade teachers will be given preference. Guest Faculty will teach about identity, disability identity, and intersectional identities and will engage in deep discussions with participants. Institute Scholars will benefit from discussions with faculty and other Institute Scholars, pursue independent or collaborative projects, use analysis skills with primary sources, and translate their learning into their teaching. With leadership from a team of renowned Guest Faculty, Institute Scholars will explore disability identity as it is represented in the K-12 curriculum.