The California Global Education Project @ CSU Fullerton (formerly known as Fullerton International Resources for Schools and Teachers--FIRST) is providing this opportunity to learn about the religions and cultures of the diverse student populations in our Southern California classrooms. This series will continue over a 3 year period to provide an opportunity to explore all of the major World Religions. Each class will provide appropriate classroom materials and lessons related to California State Standards. The major goals of this series, which is designed to increase global competence, are to promote a more peaceful community through knowledge and understanding of one another and to provide you with accurate information and standards based lessons ready to use in your classroom.
Venue: Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple - Hacienda Heights
Speaker: Dr. Mugda Yeolekar
Materials: All materials and standards-based lessons are provided
Lunch: Lunch is available at the cafeteria at the temple for $10 per person
In this session you will learn about the Buddhist religion and the culture of many students in your classroom. Throughout the tour you will be exposed to the literature, arts and celebrations practiced by Buddhist students and their families.
Registration: Email Connie DeCapite at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register