Schedule a FREE professional development workshop on teaching about Religion, Islam and Muslims, and world history


This bridge is on every postcard of Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina, though it was blown up a decade ago during the Yugoslav war. It has come to symbolize the divide in the city: to the west live Catholic Croats; to the east, Bosnian Muslims.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding at Georgetown University offers teacher workshops at no cost to school districts, university outreach centers and departments, private schools, civic organizations and other institutions in the US and Canada. Schedule a customized workshop program for elementary through high school teachers, selecting from interdisciplinary content modules and teaching resources related to teaching about Islamic beliefs and practices, world religions in the world history/geography curriculum, cultural exchange, Muslim demographics and contemporary issues. Teachers receive a resource CD, and lunch is provided for full-day workshops. The presenter is ACMCU’s Education Consultant, Susan Douglass, who has published numerous books, articles, and teaching resources in print and online. For details and registration visit or e-mail, using the Write To Us or Contact Us links on this site.

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