The humanities are alive and well in K12 education. Can you thrive there?
Join Kip Téllez in this workshop to learn more about simultaneously pursuing a teaching credential and master’s degree in education while completing your doctoral degree in the humanities! Explore the possibilities of public school teaching in California for a union-backed career. Ethnic studies students, learn about how you would be positioned to roll out ethnic studies in the public high school curriculum statewide!
Kip Téllez is Professor and former Chair in the Education Department at UC Santa Cruz. After teaching elementary and high school students in east Los Angeles county and earning his PhD from the Claremont Graduate University, his research has focused on the intersection of language teaching and teacher education. He has published in journals such as the Journal of Teacher Education, Bilingual Research Journal, Teaching and Teacher Education, and Review of Research in Education. He served as the editor of Teacher Education Quarterly from 2013 to 2016, as well as serving on several editorial boards. His most recent book is titled The Teaching Instinct: Explorations Into What Makes Us Human.
This event is sponsored by Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES).