With NEH support, faculty at Wayne State University led a professional development institute for K–12 educators that explored disability and identity in history, literature, and media. Each day, the virtual institute featured a humanities scholar, who shared their research from the perspective of their respective disciplines and led the group in analyzing disability and identity in the educators’ existing curricular materials. Educators left the institute with enhanced understandings of disability and identity, strategies for how to translate and implement what they learned into their curriculum, and a rich network of colleagues and resources.
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