CRP Summer Workshop Application 2018
Rockford University, in partnership with Inquiry in the Upper Midwest, will host a Summer workshop addressing the intersection of teaching with primary sources and culturally relevant pedagogy on August 1-2, 2018 at Beloit College. Applications will be considered through June 1 and teachers will be notified of their acceptance by June 16. Questions can be directed to Debra Dew (ddew@rockford.edu).
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School *
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School City, State *
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What Congressional District do you LIVE in? *
What grade(s) do you currently teach? Check all that apply. *
How long have you been teaching? *
Why are you interested in attending the CRP Workshop? *
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What do you hope to bring back to your classroom from the CRP Workshop? *
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Do you have a device (laptop or tablet) that you can bring with you to the CRP Workshop? *
Do you think you would have an opportunity in the 2018-19 school year to present your experience and knowledge from this workshop to your colleagues? *
(i.e. in-service day, presentation at staff meeting, PLC, etc.)
What, if any, dietary restrictions do you have? *
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If another teacher referred you to this program, please enter their full name below.
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Student Population
The following questions will help us understand the population of students you serve so that we may better tailor our materials and resources to be relevant to your students. Please understand that providing this information is completely voluntary and will NOT be used to determine selection of participants for this workshop.
Your school is located in what type of community?
What percentage of your students qualify for free and reduced lunch?
What is the ethnic make-up of your school's population?
Less than 20%
20-40%
40-60%
60-80%
More than 80%
White/Non-Hispanic
Black/African American
American Indian
Asian/Pacific Islander
Hispanic
Two or more races
Please describe any other characteristics of your student population relevant to your teaching.
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