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Shedding light on local history: Teaching about the Tulsa Race Massacre

Dr. Shanedra Nowell and workshop participants listen to Dr. Dewayne Dickens during a walking tour of the Greenwood District

OSU-Tulsa offers workshop on teaching strategies for the Tulsa Race Massacre

Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is offering a three-day interactive workshop in June to provide Tulsa-area teachers with curriculum ideas and strategies for teaching students about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

“Writing and Remembrance: Strategies for Teaching the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre” is set for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 11-13 in the Bank of Oklahoma Room at OSU-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood Ave. The cost is $25.

OSU-Tulsa elementary education students graduate to Teacher of the Year accolades

Former OSU-Tulsa classmates and teachers Ali Ryder, left, Sarah Coonce and Andrea Sanders were all recognized as the Teacher of the Year at their respective schools not long after graduating from college.

Three Tulsa-area teachers are convinced OSU-Tulsa’s undergraduate elementary education program has some kind of “special sauce.”

Not long after graduating, each of the former college classmates was named Teacher of the Year at her respective school.

Maldonado-Otto’s passion for students sparks pick for OSU-Tulsa teaching award

Dr. Claudia Maldonado-Otto

As the first member of her Mexican family born in the U.S., Dr. Claudia Maldonado-Otto knows what it is to be considered outside the norm.

OSU-Tulsa joins state initiative to help adults complete their degrees

OSU-Tulsa will participate in Reach Higher: DirectComplete, a state effort launched Wednesday to help adult students complete their college degree.

The adult degree completion program connects state workforce development needs with degree programs at Oklahoma’s colleges and universities. A grant from Lumina Foundation is providing more than $777,000 over a three-year period to support the program.

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