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|Date:||Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017
|Location:||Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Little Rock Branch
111 Center St., Suite 1000
Little Rock, Ark. 72201 (map it)
Deborah Hopkinson is the author of more than 45 books for young readers, including picture books, middle grade fiction, and nonfiction. In presentations at schools and conferences, she helps bring history and research alive and provides applications for STEM, STEAM, and Common Core.
Join Hopkinson and help your students learn to think like historians. Hopkinson will participate in a Q&A session, and Kris Bertelsen, St. Louis Fed senior economic education specialist, will demonstrate how to use two of Hopkinson's books to teach economics.
Teachers will receive three hours of professional development credit approved by the Arkansas Department of Education.
Parking is complimentary and dinner will be provided.
There is no fee, but you must register online by Feb 3.
For more information, email Kris Bertelsen at email@example.com.