Grade 10 Citizen Archivist - Faculty Application

At St. John’s University
Funded by the National Historical Publications & Records Commission
Application EXTENDED to SUNDAY April 23, 2017

The NHPRC Grant "Family, Immigration, and History: Grade 10 Citizen Archivists in the Digital Age" at St. John's University offers teachers an opportunity to develop curricula and resources to inspire inquiry-based learning that addresses Grade 10 Units 5 and 6 of the NYC Social Studies Scope and Sequence. Teachers will spend a week in the summer workshop sharing and exploring ideas and methods about using family history to teach major themes in world history through open digital archives and open repository. All participants will have an opportunity to present their curricula at confereGrade 10 Citizen Archivist - Faculty Applicationnces and in publications.

Teachers will receive a $1,500.00 stipend for the summer workshop (July 24-28 2017), which will run from 9:30 to 4:00 Monday-Friday as well as compensation ($55.00/hr) for the five followup workshops. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Dinner will be provided for the evening workshops.
Teachers are expected to:
1. Attend all workshops
2. Work with students using the skills learned during the summer
3. Foster citizen archivists in their classrooms
4. Present their projects to their teacher cohort, local social studies and library conferences
5. Maintain a log of their progress on the project to share with the project directors

If a teacher does not have access to the necessary technology, accommodations and assistance will be made.

Application Deadline Extended to SUNDAY April 23, 2017.

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Name of High School
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Address of High School
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Number of years teaching
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Please describe your experience teaching 10th grade global history and geography.
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In a brief paragraph (<200 words): Describe your school, students, and the classes you teach
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In a brief paragraph (<200 words): Describe your current use of technologies in the classes you teach and in class preparation
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In a brief paragraph (<200 words): Describe your current use of archives (digital or print) in your class preparation and the classes you teach.
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In a brief paragraph, describe how your students use technology in the classroom, for their homework, or on assignments.
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In a brief paragraph (<200 words): Describe how improving your skills in global history and in digital humanities will assist your students to become citizen archivists.
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Please provide an electronic copy of your CV
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