Hinduism 101: Request a Teacher's Training
What we cover
Hinduism 101 Teacher Training is an hour-long training that helps educators relate to and explain challenging topics in classrooms, including concepts such as karma, dharma, and moksha; the disputed origins of ancient Indian civilizations; and the development of what is now referred to as the caste system. The trainings can be done in person or via a webinar format such as WebEx, Skype, or Google Hangout. They allow for maximum interaction between the trainer and participants, often clarifying key concepts for teachers.
Where we've been
Since launching our training initiative in August 2013, the Hinduism 101 Teacher Training has trained over 2,000 teachers, reaching over half the country. The demand for the trainings has made Hinduism 101 a fixture at social studies conferences such as the National Council for the Social Studies, and councils for the social studies in California, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.
The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) is an advocacy organization for the Hindu American community. The Foundation educates the public about Hinduism, speaks out about issues affecting Hindus worldwide, and builds bridges with institutions and individuals whose work aligns with HAF’s objectives. The Hindu American Foundation is not affiliated with any religious or political organizations or entities. Therefore, we are able to help educators with the resources they need in a manner that does not compromise or violate borders between church and state.
The trainings can be done in person or via a webinar format such as WebEx, Skype, or Google Hangout They allow for maximum interaction between the trainer and participants, often clarifying key concepts for teachers. More advanced trainings are also available upon request. Due to the demand of the trainings, we ask for at least a 2-3 month advance notice.
Request a training by filling out the form below and someone from our team will contact you.