In this FREE unit, students examine U.S.-Japan relations before World War II, experiences of incarcerated Japanese Americans, and ways the Japanese American community and others in the U.S. have remembered incarceration.
Chatting with Choices
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
4:00 pm Chatting with Choices
Grab your colleagues and join us for Chatting with Choices! Chatting with Choices is an informal time for you and other educators to ask questions, explore features in our Digital Editions platform, chat about best practices, learn about new developments, and more.
During Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Choices will provide an introduction to our FREE Digital Editions unit, Japanese American Incarceration in WWII. We will unpack how Japanese Americans experienced and resisted incarceration during World War II, demonstrate one lesson in the unit, and learn about the legacies of incarceration in the United States.
Note: This session begins at 4 pm ET.
Register $0Per Person
- Introductory materials for Japanese American Incarceration in WWII
- Opportunity to add a FREE unit to your Digital Editions account
- Time for socializing and sharing tips with other Choices users
- Q&A with Choices staff about curriculum units, Digital Editions, and more
- If requested, a short demonstration of our Digital Editions platform
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Anyone who is interested in learning more about Japanese American incarceration during World War II
- Anyone who wants to learn more about the Choices curriculum – print or Digital Editions!
- Anyone who currently teaches with Choices curriculum
- Anyone who is new to Choices and would like assistance getting started