Professional Development Opportunities and Announcements
Society for Historical Archaeology
2010 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology
January 6-9, 2010
Amelia Island Plantation, Amelia Island, Florida
For conference information, please visit the SHA website at www.sha.org or
contact the SHA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals are being accepted for the conference, In Search of Social Wealth: The Quest for Financial Literacy through
Education, at Bellarmine University, Louisville, KY, March 8-10, 2010.
The proposal deadline is September 1.
Conference strands cover the following areas:
Defining and Teaching about Financial Literacy
Teacher Financial Literacy Preparation and Awareness
The 2010 AERA Annual Meeting will be held from Friday, April 30, through Tuesday, May 4, in Denver, Colorado. The program will consist primarily of presentations selected through this open call for submissions and a peer review process guided by program chairs of divisions, committees, and special interest groups (SIGs). --> read more »
From June 22-24th, 2009, the Forest History Society will host a 3-day Teacher Institute in Environmental History at Great Mountain Forest (Norfolk, CT).Complete information, including both Word and PDF versions of the application form are available at: http://www.foresthistory.org/Education/Institutes/CTTeacherInstitute.htm
Teacher Institute in Environmental History with guest speakers: --> read more »
Economics for Leaders is a one week residential programs for social studies and economics teachers. Intellectually stimulating workshops taught by outstanding university professors and mentor teachers. Learn to teach economics with engaging activities. 'Lab-style' format with FTE instructors demonstrating activities with high school students. --> read more »
American Public University and Harpers Ferry National Historic Park are partnering together to present a site-based summer workshop and a graduate history course, John Brown's Raid at Harpers Ferry, for 4th - 12th grade teachers.
- Where: Harpers Ferry National Historic Park
- When: July 12-14
- Cost: Free (accommodations/meals not included)
For more information about this course: