Power in Transition? International Politics and Troubled Elections
November 4, 2016
8:30am - 2:45pm
The University of Chicago
1414 East 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
Featuring Karl Rahder, Independent Scholar/Journalist and
Maria Casa, Director, National Program & Outreach Administration, Council on Foreign Relations
Learn new ways to bring international politics into your classrooms and engage your students in the role of elections throughout the world. Through dynamic presentations, dialogues, and classroom activities, teachers gained practical and innovative curriculum ideas to guide students to make connections to the larger stories of the world. Recommended for all K-16 educators; content is especially appropriate for secondary and post-secondary educators.
Light breakfast, lunch, and instructional materials are included. 5 PD hours.
Karl Rahder — Democratization in the South Caucasus: Elections, Dissent andConflict
- Background readings and resources on Ukraine, South Caucasus, and Afghanistan
- Recommended sites for international relations classes and for tracking democritization issues
Maria Casa - CFR Resources for the Classroom
Heidi Diedrich — Youth Advocacy in an Image-Driven World
- ART WORKS Projects Youth Engagement presentation (PowerPoint file converted to PDF)