Sonoma County Office of Education

Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum Listening Sessions

The Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum will be developed in order to assist educators in teaching about the Vietnamese American refugee experiences as part of the Education Finance bill AB 167. Learn about AB 167 at the webpage HERE. For more information about the project, please visit this webpage HERE or https://tinyurl.com/ModelCurriculumProjects

Perspectives and voices of community members, educators, and Vietnamese American cultural centers and community groups located in California, survivors, rescuers, and liberators of the Vietnam War, and Vietnamese American refugees will lead the development of the Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum. During a one-hour information session, participants learn about possible goals, vision, and outcomes of the Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum. In a one-hour listening session, participants discuss their hopes for the model curriculum. Participants interested in sharing additional ideas will be invited to participate in a follow-up focus group.

 

Click here for the informational flyer. 

When Thursday, October 27, 2022
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location Virtual via Zoom
Presenter Multiple presenters
Cost Free
Audience Administrators and Teachers (6th - 12th)
Registration closes 11/08/2022
Registration Amanda Snook, (707) 524.2820, asnook@scoe.org
Questions Matt O'Donnell, (707) 524-8419, modonnell@scoe.org
Register Here