Teacher Workshop with Scholar Charles Everett Pace

Colorado Humanities is sponsoring a one-day workshop for teachers in February 2015 with national humanities scholar Charles Everett Pace.  Learn how to help your students research, develop and present a first-person character portrayal and answer questions in and out of character.  The workshop title is "The Chautauqua Form of Public Humanities Presentation" and one half graduate credit will be offered from Adams State University.

Charles Everett Pace holds a graduate degree from Purdue University in American Studies with a focus on history and anthropology. He is a frequent presenter in Colorado at the High Plains Chautauqua in Greeley.  He presents in Chautauqua style as Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, Langston Hughes and Malcom X.

When: February 23rd in Denver and February 26 in Grand Junction, from 9 to 4, location TBD.   Please email Betty Jo Brenner at Brenner@coloradohumanities.org or call (303) 894-7951 x17 to register.

Registration form available here.