Professional Learning Symposiums for Teachers
To support the implementation of the FAIR Education Act within California K-12 schools, the ONE Archives Foundation has partnered with UCLA Center X and the Los Angeles LGBT Center to host Professional Learning Symposiums at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries for cohorts of K-12 teachers from the greater Los Angeles area.
Through these symposiums, the teachers have an opportunity to conduct research and work directly with archivists and the ONE Archives Foundation’s staff to access rare historical materials and other resources created by the ONE Archives Foundation. Utilizing their research, the teachers are required to develop comprehensive LGBTQ history lesson plans (especially for 11th grade U.S. History) and LGBTQ inclusive programming for their students. The PDs also include lectures on 20th century LGBTQ history in the United States, model lessons, and sensitivity trainings.
To learn about and download the LGBTQ lesson plans created at 2018’s Professional Learning Symposium, please click here.
CONTEXTUALIZING THE STONEWALL RIOTS
This institute is a partnership between the ONE Archives Foundation and the UCLA History-Geography Project. June 2019 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. This weeklong program will explore the LGBTQ activism that preceded and followed the Stonewall Riots through readings, presentations by historians, model lessons, and a hands-on exploration of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries. Participating teachers will work to develop lesson plans centered around the collections at ONE Archives. Teachers will be compensated with a stipend upon completion of a lesson.
Priority will be given to 11th, 12th, and Ethnic Studies teachers (space is limited to 15 teachers).