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What Teachers Need to Know: The Middle East

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The Caribbean, Central America & the U.S.: Connections Past & Present

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This course explores the region and its long, complex, and sometimes troubled relationship to the U.S. While gaining deeper understanding of Caribbean, participants will develop tools and knowledge to support culturally responsive teaching.
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Turning Points in Latin American History & Culture: From Colonization to the Cold War

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This online course is designed to introduce important events and legacies through multimedia approaches that make history and the arts vivid and explain what is distinctive about the region.
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