STS0010: London Black Teachers’ Network – BHM 2017 – Our Story within the History Curriculum

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STS0010: London Black Teachers’ Network – BHM 2017 – Our Story within the History Curriculum

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The London Black Teachers’ Network (LBTN) hosted a very insightful evening in celebration of BHM.  In this podcast hear highlights from the event on 29th Sep 2017 including the keynote presentations and workshops:

Astehmari Batekun – Black Open University
Where the history of African Mathematics meets the National Curriculum

Jak Beula – Nubian Jak Foundation
World War Memorial @ Black Cultural Archive

Michael Ohajuru
John Blanke – The Black Tudor

Michael Williams – Bis Publications
Black Inventors in Science

Cheryl Phoenix – Black Child Agenda

Selena Carty – Black Poppy Appeal

 

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More info on the Black Open University can be found at abundancecentre.org

  • Hear testimonials from our abunDANCE in Schools programme:
    • Workshops for children and teachers – learning support services for primary and secondary schools.
    • NEW WORKSHOP: Bones, Drums and Mathematics in Africa; 1) introducing the Ishango bone calculator, the world’s oldest mathematical artefact (22000 years old, from the Uganda/Congo region) that demonstrates rich knowledge of prime numbers and lunar time cycles. 2) introducing how knowledge of number (binary specifically) enables you to talk through the drum with music.