Conferences/Workshops

9th Annual Marshall Immersion Workshop: July 25-29, 2011


The Ninth Annual Marshall Immersion Workshop
"A Visionary Adventure across Continents"

July 25-29, 2011

Apply Now: Deadline is Monday, May 16, 2011

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9th Annual Marshall Immersion Workshop: July 25-29, 2011


The Ninth Annual Marshall Immersion Workshop
"A Visionary Adventure across Continents"

July 25-29, 2011

Apply Now: Deadline is Monday, May 16, 2011

The George C. Marshall International Center at Dodona Manor is pleased to announce its   --> read more »

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Advanced Placement Summer Institute in US Government & Politics


Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, is hosting an Advanced Placement Summer Institute for High School teachers in cooperation with The College Board. The Institute meets July 11-14, 2011, Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.   --> read more »

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"Greening World History" - World History Instititute - Gettysburg College - July 10-15, 2011


Keynote Speakers: Michael Adas, Patrick Manning, Brian Black

This Institute is for you if:
•You are new to teaching World History and are looking for ideas, support, comfort
•You have been teaching World History for a while and are looking for ideas, support, comfort
•You want to explore ways to (better) incorporate environmental issues in your World History courses   --> read more »

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World History Institute - "Greening the World" - Gettysburg College, July 10-16


Keynote Speakers: Michael Adas, Patrick Manning, Brian Black

This Institute is for you if:
•You are new to teaching World History and are looking for ideas, support, comfort
•You have been teaching World History for a while and are looking for ideas, support, comfort
•You want to explore ways to (better) incorporate environmental issues in your World History courses   --> read more »

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Do Dates Matter? Chronological Reasoning and Critical Thinking in World History - ONLINE


In World History we struggle constantly to balance big picture concepts and the illustrative detail that makes history engaging. This seminar seeks to help teachers pace the year, using a variety of periodization models and timelines and to consider what level of detail students need to know.   --> read more »

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The Richest Hills: Mining in the Far West, 1865-1920 -NEH Landmarks of HIstory and Culture Workshop for Schoolteachers


Attention K-12 Educators! This summer the Montana Historical Society will host a National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for Schoolteachers.   --> read more »

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2011 NEH Summer Workshops at James Madison's Montpelier


The Workshops, entitled “James Madison and Constitutional Citizenship,” will take place at Montpelier, James Madison’s lifelong home in Orange, Virginia. The 2,700 acre estate is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, about 25 miles north of Charlottesville.   --> read more »

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NCTA-TEA 2011 Summer Institute, "21st-Century China: Global Issues, Classroom Applications"


The Program for Teaching East Asia (TEA) and the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) at the University of Colorado invite applications to a 2011 summer institute, “21st-Century China: Global Issues, Classroom Applications.”   --> read more »

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STUDY CANADA Summer Institute for K-12 Educators (July3-8, 2011)


Western Washington University's "STUDY CANADA" program has provided American educators with a strong foundation for teaching about Canada for the past 33 years.   --> read more »

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