|Title of Professional Development||Description||Link to Organization Website for Additional Information and/or Application Materials||Date(s) of Professional Development||Application Deadline||Contact Name for Questions||Email Contact for Questions||Additional Information|
|1990 Institute: Changing Lives in Modern China||https://teachers.1990institute.org||July 26-27 2019|
|American Bar Association||Designed especially for teachers of U.S. History, Government, Civics, and Law, the Federal Trials and Great Debates Summer Institute deepens participants’ knowledge of the federal judiciary and of the role the federal courts have played in key public controversies that have defined our constitutional and other legal rights.||https://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_education/Programs/summer_institute_for_teachers/||June 23-28, 2019||Catherine Hawke||catherine.Hawke@americanbar.org|
|American Bar Association Federal Courts||Over the course of this one day Institute, teachers will be provided with the opportunity to engage with legal historians, federal judges, and other educators to explore the history of the Northern Illinois District Court by focusing on one of the court’s highest profile cases, the Chicago Seven Conspiracy Trial.||https://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_education/Programs/summer_institute_for_teachers/federal-trials-summer-institute/||July 26, 2019||May 10, 2019|
|American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati||The American Revolution Institute Master Teachers Seminar is a week-long residential program for middle and high school teachers focusing on the American Revolution. Teachers selected to participate will receive a travel stipend and be treated to meals and lodging at Anderson House in Washington D.C.||www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/professional-development/master-teachers-seminar||July 8-12, 2019||February 22, 2019||Stacia Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|AP Summer Institute at University of Wisconsin Madison||AP training for high school teachers||go.wisc.edu/cpqup9||June 18-21, 2019, June 24-27, 2019||Matthew Freidemail@example.com|
|AP Summer Institutes||The College Board is offering scholarships for its AP Summer Institutes that will be held next summer. The programs offered are the following:
· AP Fellows for teachers with a majority of underrepresented and/or low-income students;
· AP Rural Fellows for teachers at rural schools;
· AP Redesign for teachers to teach the redesigned subject AP U.S. Government and Politics next fall;
· AP Capstone for teachers who are planning to attend the AP Capstone summer professional development event.
|https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/professional-development/workshops/summer-institute-scholarships?ep_mid=11422600&ep_rid=193542889||2019 dates not posted at this time|
|APA Psychology Summit for High School Teachers||The APA/Clark University Workshop for High School Teachers has become one of the most sought-after professional development experiences available to high school psychology teachers. The workshop gives attendees an opportunity to share peer-to-peer creative ideas and learn new concepts to further enhance teaching skills.||http://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/topss/clark-university-workshop.aspx||June 26-28, 2019||Yvonne Hill||YHill@apa.org|
|Archaeology and Rock Art||Explore how archaeologists study rock art to understand past cultures. Using archaeological inquiry, you will observe an authentic rock art panel at Jeffers Petroglyphs and make inferences. The course will transform your perception of the past. You will start to think like an archaeologist as you apply the tools of scientific inquiry to the investigation of the past, art, and culture. The course and curriculum will teach integrative, inquiry-based methods for social studies and art instruction. Bring Project Archaeology back to your classroom to share all the exciting things you learned with your students!|
|June 10, 2019||June 1, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Archaeology of the Plains Tipi||Join Minnesota Project Archaeology at Bethany Lutheran College for a two-day workshop to learn bring archaeology into your classroom to study the past! You will receive the award-winning guide, Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter. Participants analyze artifacts, primary documents, and oral histories related to authentic archaeological sites. The course offers one graduate university credit.||https://projectarchaeology.org/event/investigate-a-plains-tipi-workshop/?instance_id=10||June 24-25, 2019||June 1, email@example.com|
|Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Educators||Funded by a grant from the Arthur and Rochelle Belfer Foundation, this conference is designed for pre-service teachers, middle and high school educators, and community college faculty. This three-day conference introduces participants to the Museum's pedagogical approach to teaching about the Holocaust, as well as Museum resources.|
While the conference is designed for teachers who have less than five years experience teaching about the Holocaust, we welcome all educators who have not yet received training at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. For those teachers who have more than five years experience teaching about the Holocaust and have already attended the Belfer Conference, you are encouraged to apply for the Museum Teacher Fellowship Program.
At the conference, Museum educators and scholars share rationales, strategies, and approaches for teaching about the Holocaust. Participants have the opportunity to tour the Museum’s exhibitions and to explore the Museum’s full range of resources. Those who complete the conference receive a set of educational materials from the Museum.
The 2018 conference will be held in two sessions: the first is designed for English language arts educators; the second is for social studies educators. Those who teach a subject outside these disciplines may select the session that better suits them. The Museum also encourages teachers of related disciplines to register.
There is no charge for the conference, but participants are responsible for their own transportation and accommodations. Scholarships are available.
|https://www.ushmm.org/educators/professional-events-and-resources/belfer-educators-conference||English Language Arts Session: July 22–24, 2019|
Social Studies/History Session: July 25–27, 2019
|Rolling with a final deadline of June 15, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|BRI Summer Institute: Presidential Powers: Historical Turning Points||The new Summer Institute is a 5-day experience that enables teachers to travel to Washington, D.C., network with fellow educators from around the country, and develop their teaching craft. The week will be filled with lessons demonstrations, scholar presentations, workshops, and visits to key sites in the D.C. Metro area.||https://billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-programs-events/summer-institutes/||July 22-26, email@example.com|
|Bill of Rights Institute BRI/Liberty Fund co-sponsored Summer Institute: Constitutionalism, Citizenship, and the Role of Government in the American Nation||This week-long dialogue based program, co-sponsored by Liberty Fund, will ask participants to explore the role of government, constitutionalism, and citizenship as these ideas have been understood in American political practice and civic life. Participants will read and discuss documents from the Founding through the New Deal era deliberating on whether or not the these ideas have changed over time. Participants will come away from the conference with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the primary source documents and ideas discussed throughout the conference.||http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-programs-events/foundersfellowship/||July 8-12, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Buchwald Summer Fellowship (Teaching American HIstory.org)||The Buchwald Summer Fellowship is open to high school and middle school social studies teachers who want to deepen their content knowledge, be energized by bright colleagues, and be mentored by history and political science faculty distinguished for their teaching and scholarship. Teachers in public, private, parochial, and charter schools are welcome to apply. Additionally, pre-service teachers are also welcome to apply.||http://teachingamericanhistory.org/fellows/||Various||March 1, email@example.com|
|C3 Summer Institute||www.c3teachers.org||July 22-23, 2019|
|Canada||https://wp.wwu.edu/k12canada/study-canada-workshop-summer-2019/||July 24-28, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cato Institute: Teaching Civic Culture Together||The Sphere Summit offers grades 5–12 educators and administrators full scholarships to attend its 2019 July summer seminar at the Cato Institute’s headquarters in Washington, DC. Scholarships include the Sphere Summit seminar, materials, four nights of accommodations, scheduled meals, and a $500 travel reimbursement. Accommodations will be available at the Courtyard by Marriott Washington Downtown/Convention Center. The hotel is within walking distance of the Cato Institute.||https://register.cato.org/spheresummitapplication||July 14-18, 2019||Rolling||Katherine Chaconemail@example.com|
|Central America: The People and the Environment||This summer’s institute is the first in a four-year series that will explore Central America with a focus on people and the environment. The institute will highlight diverse topics of Central America and incorporate hands-on STEM activities. It will focus on indigenous people’s relationship with the environment, as well as broader environmental issues regarding health, infrastructure, and land and water rights. Summer 2019 will focus on climate change and impacts of deforestation, environmental politics and sustainability, and access to water and its relationship to health. The institute is ideal for educators of high school and community college, and pre-service students teaching History, World Geography, Science, and Environmental Science. This four-year series of institutes is sponsored by the Centers for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University, Tulane University, and the University of Georgia, and will be hosted at each institute over the course of the four years beginning here this summer at Vanderbilt University, with additional support from Florida International University.||https://as.vanderbilt.edu/clas/summerinstitute2019/||June 24-27, 2019|
|Centropa Seminar 20th Century European History, Holocaust and Civil Society in the Global Classroom.||This two and a half day seminar will provide participants with an expanded knowledge of 20th century European History, the Holocaust, and Civil Society in the global classroom, and instructional strategies to teach these topics. Participants will attend Friday evening services at a Columbia, SC synagogue; learn how to use personal stories and photographs to teach history, civics, storytelling, global perspective, innovation, and critical thinking; discover the story of a Jewish family in Berlin, how they lived in the 1920, how they fled, where they survived and how they lived afterwards; investigate the parallels between Jim Crow and Nuremberg Laws; examine how people of different religious faiths can come together to form a better community; learn how to integrate a board game about the Cold War into the curriculum; and incorporate oral history from the 1930s detailing the rise of antisemitism to combat bullying today.|
Participants will receive free educational materials and recertification points.
|http://www.centropa.org/||2019 dates have not been posted at this time||2019 dates have not been posted at this time||Lauren Granitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|C-SPAN's Summer Educators' Conference||Each summer, C-SPAN hosts two teacher conferences in Washington, DC. The day-and-a-half long conferences are held at C-SPAN's headquarters in the heart of Washington, DC. Airfare to and from Washington, two nights' hotel stay, and meals during the conference are all provided by C-SPAN. At these conferences, middle and high school educators (grades 6-12) from around the country gather to learn more about C-SPAN and how to effectively integrate C-SPAN's online resources into their classrooms.||https://www.c-span.org/classroom/opportunities/||Middle School: July 22-23, 2019, High School: July 25-26, 2019||Application will be posted in early 2019.||Pam McGorryemail@example.com|
|C-SPAN's Teacher Fellowship Program||C-SPAN’s Fellowship program is for educators who have experience using C-SPAN’s programming in the classroom and can demonstrate innovative methods of integrating those programs into educational experiences.|
For four weeks in July, Fellowship recipients will collaborate with C-SPAN’s Education department to develop new teaching materials using C-SPAN resources in order to better serve our Classroom members nationwide. The Fellowship takes place at C-SPAN’s offices in Washington, DC. Each Fellow receives a stipend of $7,000 to cover housing, travel, and living expenses. Fellows will also participate in C-SPAN’s Summer Educators’ Conferences where they share their ideas and experiences using C-SPAN’s programs with conference attendees.
|https://www.c-span.org/classroom/opportunities/||July 1-26, 2019||March 1, 2019||Pam McGorryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Choices Program||The Choices Program out of Brown University offers several workshops throughout the summer.||www.choices.edu/pd||Various||Variousemail@example.com|
|Christopher Newport University||If you're an educator, you won’t want to miss two hands-on, multi-day workshops designed just for you. Offered by Christopher Newport University’s Center for American Studies, each workshop will share innovative ways to incorporate history into your pedagogy as you help students embrace their role as 21st-century citizens. Jamestowne to the 21st Century will examine how “We the People” has shaped and crafted our legislative institutions into the system we know today.|
And with the help of historians, scholars and other educators, African-American History will help you shape your classroom lessons and curriculum. http://cnu.edu/cas/events/teacher-workshops/african-american/index.asp
|African American History: 1619 to the 21st Century July 18-20, 2019, American Representative Government: Jamestowne to the 21st Century July 20-23, 2019, The American Civil War in Tidewater Virginia, July 25-29, 2019||Bill Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Civil War Trust Conference||Next summer, join the American Battlefield Trust members and staff — along with some of the nation's elite historians — for four days of camaraderie and touring in Lexington, Kentucky! Confirmed Historians and Speakers: Garry Adelman, Kent Masterson Brown, A. Wilson Greene, Christopher Kolakowski, Lawrence Peterson, Darryl Smith, Kristopher White. Battlefield Tours to include: Munfordville, Perryville, Richmond, Tebb's Bend, Camp Wildcat, Camp Nelson and more!||https://www.battlefields.org/events/annual-conference||May 29- June 2, 2019||March 15, 2019 for early bird registration||Bonnie Repasiemail@example.com|
|Civil War Trust Teacher Institute||Our annual National Teacher Institute brings together educators from all over the world. This four day event includes workshops, lectures, and tours from some of the leading experts in the history and education fields. Educators will be immersed in a friendly and engaging learning environment, where they will be able to network with other educators, learn new and innovative teaching methods, and network with like minded professionals. This year's institute will take place in Raleigh, NC.||https://www.battlefields.org/events/national-teacher-institute-2019||July 11-14, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Civil War Washington||Explore the nation’s capital as President Lincoln would have known it during the Civil War, in this week-long summer teacher program for 3rd- through 12th-grade teachers.||https://www.fords.org/for-teachers/programs/civil-war-washington/||Local participants: June 23 – 28, 2019, National participants: July 7-12, 2019||April 2, 2019||Jake Flackemail@example.com|
|Climate Change Institute||Join us for this professional development conference to engage with teachers from across the country dedicated to bringing climate change education into the Humanities classroom. Content will be focused on grades 6-12 Social Studies, ELA, Political Science, and Environmental studies educators. Registration $150. Scholarships available.||https://www.climategen.org/take-action/teach-climate-change/professional-development/summer-institute/||August 5-7, 2019|
|Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute||During immersive six-day sessions (Elementary School (1607–1780) or Secondary School (1765–1865)) and three-day themed seminars (Women/Primary Sources, African-Americans, or Trades in Daily Life/STEM) on location in Williamsburg, participants engage in an interdisciplinary approach to teaching social studies with American history as the focus. Teachers have the opportunity to exchange ideas with historians, interact with character interpreters, participate in simulations and demonstrations and work collaboratively with Colonial Williamsburg staff and Master Teachers to explore primary sources, interactive teaching techniques, and instructional approaches to bring history to life in the classroom||http://www.history.org/cwti||Various||January 15, 2019||Registrarfirstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.history.org/history/teaching/tchstipc.cfm|
|Constitutional Rights Foundation- Chicago||MPU is a dynamic two-day professional development institute based on CRFC’s MPU curriculum and created for teachers who administer the U.S. Constitution Test to their 7th or 8th grade students.||https://us4.campaign-archive.com/?u=7ebc41597276f77c29d980fb2&id=59dced8003&e=cdccda9cbf||July 25-26, 2019|
|Contemporary Mayan History and Culture||Join CLACS for our annual, week-long (30 hours) Professional Development workshop for K-12 and Community College Educators/Librarians interested in Latin American Studies.This year we will focus on contemporary Maya communities and participants will learn about Mayan contemporary histories, languages, cultures, and politics. Participants will also learn the basics of Q’anjob’al, a Mayan language spoken right here in C-U! Activities will include lectures by UI faculty supplemented by music and movies. Participants will be able to revise and/or create new classroom materials to be shared by all.|
|June 17-21,2019||May 31, 2019|
|Dar al Islam||Topics include: fundamental principles of Islam as contained in foundational texts, the history of how Muslim conquests occurred, the history of how the religion spread, |
the diversity of Muslims in the Americas, the Europe and the rest of the world, etc.
|http://daralislam.org/programs/education/teachers-institutes.aspx||July 7-20, 2019||Priority given to those submitted before April 15, 2019.||InstituteDirector(at)daralislam.org|
|Department of State||The 5-day institute, available to 6th-12th grade teachers from Montgomery County, Fairfax County, and District of Columbia public schools, is structured to provide an array of engaging opportunities including diplomatic simulations, object-based learning, historic background, classroom techniques, and more||https://diplomacy.state.gov/education/teacher-institute||July 15-19, 2019|
|Dimensions of the Middle East: A Summer Institute for Educators||40 teachers from across the country will join us this summer for a five-day institute designed to introduce participants to different dimensions of the Middle East. From social movements to geopolitics to cultures and more, teachers will deepen their understanding of both the historic and modern Middle East. Participants will learn from scholars and community experts, study authentic texts, and participate in experiential learning activities. Throughout the institute, teachers will reflect on integrating content learned into the classroom. All expenses are covered for selected participants.|
Eligibility and Conditions
• This institute is open to currently practicing educators teaching grades 6–12 in the United States.
• Applicants must continue teaching in the next consecutive school year.
• Given the themes of this institute, this program is open to teachers in the social sciences, humanities and arts fields.
• Selected participants will be required to develop and submit a lesson plan or activity within two months of the institute’s completion.
To apply, you must register for an account on Qatar Foundation International’s Grants Management Portal, FluidReview, at qfi.fluidreview.com. Visit qfi.org/opportunities/qfi-duke-summer-institute/ for more information.
|https://islamicstudies.duke.edu/summer-institute||June 23-28, 2019||3/24/2019 or until 125 applications have been received||Emma Harveremail@example.com|
|East Asia Resource Center Summer Institute||Tradition, Exchange, and Innovation in Art: An Introduction to East Asian Visual Culture and Beyond will look at moments in the transmission of culture vis-à-vis art forms produced and transmitted throughout and beyond East Asia. This course will focus on the production of art forms, such as scrolls, woodblock prints, ceramics, and architectural forms as episodes in exchange and innovation. This program is ideal for people who are interested in an introductory course on East Asian art history and cultural transmission, and those who are looking for a refresher on key art historical concepts. During this program, we will compare and contrast artistic productions of different styles and periods, while focusing on translating these artistic examples of tradition, exchange, and innovation into useful classroom materials.||https://jsis.washington.edu/earc/tradition-exchange-and-innovation-in-art-an-introduction-to-east-asian-visual-culture-and-beyond/||July 15-19, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Echoes and Reflections||Echoes & Reflections offers two outstanding international advanced learning programs for educators who are seeking to deepen their learning and understanding of the Holocaust and strengthen their knowledge and skills to effectively teach this history to their students. These programs are open to U.S. middle and high school teachers who are actively teaching with Echoes & Reflections in their classrooms.||https://echoesandreflections.org/advanced-learning-programs/||July 8-18, 2019 (Israel), July 27-August 2, 2019 (Poland)||Sheryl Ochayonemail@example.com|
|Economics for Leaders||The Economics for Leaders Program provides teachers with an invigorating professional development opportunitiy. Participants leave the program with lesson plans of simulations and activities, and in-depth economics content instruction. Participants receive lodging, most meals, and program materials.||https://www.fte.org/teachers/teacher-programs/residential-programs/eflprograms/economics-for-leaders-sites-dates/||June 24-30, 2019 (Berkeley, CA), July 8-14, 2019 (Winstom-Salem, NC), July 8-14, 2019 (Dallas, TX), July 15-21, 2019 (Atlanta, GA), July 15-21, 2019 (St. Louis, MO), July 22-28, 2019 (Cleveland, OH)|
|Financial Literacy Summer Institute||The goal of the Institute is to increase the financial literacy and instructional capability of teachers through targeted training on financial literacy topics. The Institute is for middle and high school educators from MA, ME, NH, NY and VT. Teachers who complete the training will have the confidence, skills and curriculum tools to successfully train their students in financial literacy topics.||https://www.champlain.edu/centers-of-experience/center-for-financial-literacy||June 24-28, 2019|
|Ford's Theatre The Seat of War and Peace||Learn about the Lincoln assassination and the roots of Reconstruction in the nation’s capital, in this week-long summer teacher program for 3rd- through 12th grade teachers.||https://www.fords.org/for-teachers/programs/the-seat-of-war-and-peace/||July 21-26, 2019||April 2, 2019||Jake Flackfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ford's Theatre Civil War Washington Teacher Fellows||Learn about Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and Washington City during the Civil War as you spend a day at each of these fascinating sites: Ford's Theatre, Tudor Place Historic House and Gardens, Lincoln's Cottage, and Cedar Hill.||www.fords.org/for-teachers/||July 7-12, 2019||April 2, email@example.com|
|Foreign Policy Association- Great Decisions Workshop||The Foreign Policy Association is seeking high school teachers with demonstrated commitment to international education to take part in its annual Great Decisions Teacher Training Institute. Teachers chosen will reflect geographicly diverse high schools from around the continent and will be chosen on a competitive basis.||https://www.fpa.org/features/index.cfm?act=feature&announcement_id=146||June 24-28, 2019|
|Fort Ticonderoga Institute||Twelve teachers will spend a week at Ticonderoga, using the museum’s object and archival collections to explore the American Revolution from the point of view of often overlooked participants, including African Americans, Native Americans, Loyalists, and women. The week includes discussions with visiting history scholars along with practical methodologies for incorporating content into the classroom.||https://www.fortticonderoga.org/education/educators/teacher-institute||July 21-26, 2019||April 15, 2019||Rich Strumfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Freedoms Foundation Summer Institutes||The Freedoms Foundation offers several summer institutes on topics ranging from the American Revolution to immigration. Scholarships are available for teachers in all 50 states. Each seminar/workshop also includes one free graduate credit.||https://www.freedomsfoundation.org/teachers/all-programs/2019-programs/||Various||Notification will begin in January email@example.com|
|Friends of the National World War II Memorial Teachers Conference||The conference will feature presentations by fellow educators and other experts in the area of WWII history, a panel discussion with WWII veterans, tours of sites of WWII significance, and a remembrance ceremony at the WWII Memorial. Each participant who participates in the full conference will receive a certificate for 26 continuing education hours.||http://www.wwiimemorialfriends.org/teachers-conference/||July 16-20, 2019||Brianna Jordanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program||The program provides short-term study and travel seminars abroad for U.S. educators in the social sciences and humanities for the purpose of improving their understanding and knowledge of the peoples and cultures of other countries. Information is not yet posted for 2019, but educators are encouraged to subscribe to the newsletter at https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USED/subscriber/new?topic_id=USED_61 to receive updates.||https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpssap/index.html||2019 dates are not yet availble||Maria Changemail@example.com|
|Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Semester Research Program for U.S. Teachers||The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Semester Program for U.S. Teachers (Fulbright DA) provides an opportunity for K–12 educators from the United States to take part in a three- to six-month professional development experience abroad. Participants will pursue individual inquiry projects, take courses at a host university, and collaborate with colleagues on best educational practices.||https://www.irex.org/project/fulbright-distinguished-awards-teaching-semester-research-program-us-teachers||Various||January 15, 2019|
|Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms||The Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program (Fulbright TGC) is a year-long professional development opportunity for U.S. elementary, middle, and high school teachers to develop skills for preparing students for a competitive global economy. Fulbright TGC equips teachers to bring an international perspective to their schools through targeted training, experience abroad, and global collaboration. The Fulbright TGC Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by IREX.||www.irex.org/tgc||Various||Application opens in Decemberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|George Washington Teacher Institute Mount Vernon||The George Washington Teacher Institute Residential Programs are highly competitive educational experiences which bring teachers to Mount Vernon for an intensive course of study. Participants immerse themselves in the study and discussion of important themes in American history and the remarkable role George Washington played in the founding of our nation. Programs are offered annually in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.||www.mountvernon.org/residentialprograms||March 21-24, June 11-15, June 18-22, July 9-13, July 16-20, July 30-August 3, August 6-10, November 7-10||October 31 (Spring); End of January (Summer); End of April (Fall)||Education Staffemail@example.com|
|Gilder Lehrman Summer Institutes||The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History offers high value Teacher Seminars for K-12 educators. Held at colleges and historic sites across the US and abroad, these weeklong seminars offer teachers daily programs with America’s leading historians, visits to local historic sites, and hands-on work with primary sources.||https://www.gilderlehrman.org/content/teacher-seminars||Various throughout the summer of 2019.||February 18, 2019||Katherine Abrahamfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Global Explorations for Educators||Education is at the heart of our society and teachers with greater global perspectives provide richer experiences for those they lead in the classroom. Founded in 2007, Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that has sent over 2000 teachers abroad on adventurous travel programs. GEEO's trips are 7 to 23 days in length and are designed and discounted to be interesting and affordable for teachers. The trips are open to all nationalities of K-12 and university educators, administrators, retired educators, as well as educators’ guests.||https://geeo.org/||Variousemail@example.com|
|Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program||The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (GTF) Program sends educators aboard Lindblad Expeditions ships for a professional development experience of a lifetime. All applicants must have completed National Geographic Educator Certification, which is a free professional development program for educators committed to inspiring the next generation of explorers, conservationists, and changemakers. Open to pre-K–12 and informal educators in the 50 U.S. States, Canada, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Department of Defense Activity Schools, the GTF Program is made possible by a partnership between Lindblad Expeditions and the National Geographic Society. Through the GTF program, 45 educators will have the opportunity to embark on a Lindblad Expeditions voyage for a life-changing, field-based experience in destinations such as the Galápagos Islands, Antarctica, Southeast Alaska, the Arctic, and more. The program is named in honor of Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Chairman Emeritus of the National Geographic Society, in recognition of his decades-long work supporting Pre-K–12 teachers and promoting geography education.|
Grosvenor Teacher Fellows are an integral part of the National Geographic community. They work to further students’ understanding of the planet and empower them to generate solutions for a healthier and more sustainable future.
|https://www.nationalgeographic.org/education/programs/grosvenor-teacher-fellows||Varies||1/3/2019 Note: If an educator wishes to apply for the 2019 program year they must sign up for the certification course by October 21, 2018.||JT Hardin||GTFprogram@ngs.org|
|The Henry Ford||How would you like to spend mornings discussing your passion for American history and technology with distinguished university professors, mid-days on field trips to more than a dozen historic farms, mills, and laboratories, and the afternoons planning activities for your students? Would you like to develop methods of using interdisciplinary inquiry learning and inspiring your students to be the innovators of America’s next economic or intellectual revolution? Do you want to use all five of your senses and your students’ different learning styles to bring America’s Industrial Revolution out of the books and into living history?||https://www.thehenryford.org/education/at-the-henry-ford/professional-development/americas-industrial-revolution-workshop/||June 23-28, 2019 and July 14-19, 2019|
|Hollyhock Fellowship Program||https://cset.stanford.edu/pd/hollyhock||July 7-20, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Holocaust, Human Rights, and the Role of Education||Each summer the Maryland Holocaust Educators Network hosts a free seminar focused on teaching the Holocaust, other genocides, and human rights. We discuss and model inquiry and literacy strategies to help teachers and students engaged the content. The seminar is sponsored through the Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights, which closely partners with the National Writing Project. The Maryland Network also works closely with USHMM. This year's seminar runs June 23-28. It’s held at Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD. We have housing scholarships available. All materials, and nearly every meal, are covered through the program. Participating teachers may also elect to enroll as students for graduate credit, or we can provide evidence for CPD credit.||https://www.salisbury.edu/academic-offices/education/mdhen.aspx||June 23-28, 2019||Diana Wagneremail@example.com|
|Institute for Global Studies- Empowering Students to Improve the World||This is a summer institute for K-12 and community college educators. In the morning, all participants will be learning about current research and application of mindfulness in education . In the afternoon, participants will be exposed to exceptional lessons with global content developed and presented by alumni of the National Education Association Foundation Global Learning Fellows. We will also be looking at resources such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and how they can be used in all classrooms to help students take action. Dr Douglas Kennedy will be facilitating the morning sessions.||https://learning.umn.edu/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=15232153||June 24-27, 2019|
|Institue for Global Studies- Techng about Genocide||This week long educator workshop will provide an introduction to the legal and social concepts of genocides, as well as historical and contemporary examples of genocide and mass violence, such as the Armenia, Cambodia, and Rwanda genocides, and the Holocaust. Additional case studies will examine ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the current mass violence against Rohingya, and the genocide of Indigenous peoples in North America. Participants will build content and pedagogical knowledge to feel knowledgeable and confident teaching about genocide in both middle and high school classrooms.||https://learning.umn.edu/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=15320452||July 29- August 2, 2019|
|John F. Kennedy Library||Join us this summer for an intensive two-week program of thought-provoking lectures and discussions led by distinguished scholars and practitioners. The American Studies Summer Institute, an annual program co-sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Boston American Studies Department and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, offers educators and graduate students the opportunity to explore in depth a rich topic with contemporary resonance drawn from American social, cultural and political history.||https://www.jfklibrary.org/learn/education/teachers/professional-development/american-studies-summer-institute||July 8-19, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Keizai Koho Japan Study Tour||Keizai Koho Center (KKC), in cooperation with the National Association of Japan-America Societies (NAJAS), will offer "KKC Study Tour to Japan 2019" for U.S. and Canadian social studies teachers.||www.us-japan.org/programs/kkc||June 24-July 1, 2019||February 1, 2019||Katsuko Shellhammeremail@example.com|
|Korean War Legacy Foundation Teacher Conference||Join educators and Korean War historians to learn more about the Korean War and its legacy. Particpants will hear from experts and learn how to bring veterans and their stories into the classroom. This workshop takes place in Charleston, South Carolina. Costs are mostly covered||www.kwdhproject.org/teacher-conference||2019 dates are not yet available||2019 dates are not yet available|
|Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institute||The Library of Congress is now accepting applications for its week-long summer institutes for K-12 educators. Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., this professional development opportunity provides educators of all disciplines with resources and strategies to effectively integrate primary sources into K-12 classroom teaching. Each session will focus on pedagogy, with an emphasis on supporting student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge.||http://www.loc.gov/teachers/professionaldevelopment/teacherinstitute/?rssloc=eanft||July 8-12, July 29-August 2, July 15-19, 2019 (STEM focus)||March 10, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site||July 15-19, 2019|
|LBJ Library: Why Women Organize||Women have taken active roles in movements throughout history but are often left out of the traditional narrative. During this four-day educator institute, leading experts in the field will explore women's activism and involvement in various movements throughout modern United States history. It is our hope that educators, through the institute's lectures and conversations, will be able to share a more inclusive story of women's roles in movements in their classrooms.||http://www.lbjlibrary.org/events/why-women-organize||June 10-13, 2019|
|Maryland Humanities Summer Teacher Institute: Primary Sources and Project Based Learning||Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress, Maryland Humanities presents a free Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Institute at the National Archives at College Park, MD. K-12 teachers are invited to join us for a hands-on research experience. Participants will spend three days at the Archives, and will participate remotely for two days. Choose a research topic and explore primary sources from the Library of Congress and the National Archives. Work with electronic resources, learn about the National History Day 2020 theme, and complete your own mini research project to take back to your classroom. Learn about teaching resources including DocsTeach and TPS Primary Source Inquiry Kits developed in partnership with Maryland Humanities, Maryland Public Television, and the Maryland State Department of Education. Participants will receive three MSDE credits and complimentary breakfast and lunch, as well as a $50 travel stipend. Please note that if you took a National Archives Teacher Institute last summer, you may not receive the MSDE credit twice.||https://mdhumanities.wufoo.com/forms/pd8l6i9004ikxl/||July 22-26, 2019|
|Maryland Humanities Summer Teacher Institute: Documenting School Desegregation through Oral History||Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress, Maryland Humanities presents a free Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Institute at Salisbury University. K-12 teachers are invited to join Maryland History Day staff and Salisbury University faculty for a hands-on research experience. Learn the tools of an oral historian, and interview a local residents who experienced school segregation and desegregation. Explore related primary sources from the Library of Congress and the Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture. Visit historic Rosenwald schools in the local community. Discuss how to incorporate oral history into your classroom, and complete your own mini research project to share with your students. Learn about free teaching resources including TPS Primary Source Inquiry Kits developed in partnership with Maryland Humanities, Maryland Public Television, and the Maryland State Department of Education. Participants will receive three MSDE credits and complimentary breakfast and lunch, as well as a $50 travel stipend. Optional on-campus housing will be available for $35 a night, and three graduate credits may be available for a fee. Please note that if you took a Salisbury Teacher Institute last summer, you may not receive the MSDE credit twice.||https://mdhumanities.wufoo.com/forms/pd8l6i9004ikxl/||Juoy 15-19, 2019|
|Master of Arts in American History and Government (MAHG) degree program - TeachingAmericanHistory.org / Ashland University||There are many hybrid and online master's degree programs available, but how many can combine the rich interaction of a brick-and-mortar classroom with the convenience of learning from home? Ashland University's Master of Arts programs in American History and Government take online learning to the next level. At Ashland, you'll learn from leading scholars from universities around the nation in a dynamic, live online classroom.|
Whether you are looking for an American history, US government, social studies education, or American studies program offered in a fully-online, hybrid online/on-campus, or an intensive summer residential program, Ashland's MA programs in history and government combine the high-quality instruction you want with the flexibility you need. No other online masters in history or government can deliver a traditional graduate school experience in a convenient format that fits your personal and professional needs.
Focused on the study of original historical documents and offered on a schedule convenient for working professionals, TeachingAmericanHistory.org (in conjunction with Ashland University) offers a Master of Arts in American History and Government (MAHG) degree program, designed for teachers, community college faculty, K-12 curriculum planners, and others with a professional or personal interest in the history and government of the United States.
|http://teachingamericanhistory.org/mahg/||2019 dates are not yet available||Chris Pascarellaemail@example.com|
|Mikva Challenge||Mikva Challenge will host a two-day summer institute in Chicago.||https://mikvaactioncivicsnetwork.org/mikva-action-civics-summer-institute||July 18-19, 2019|
|Monticello Teacher Institute and Barringer Research Fellowship||A summer fellowship open to all K-12 classroom teachers, the teacher institute is an immersive week-long professional development program providing the opportunity to learn from scholars, do independent reserach, and create new classroom resources.||www.monticello.org/barringer||Two Sessions: July 13 – 19, 2019 and July 26 - August 2, 2019||March 1, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mount Vernon Residential Programs||The George Washington Teacher Institute Summer Residential Programs are 5-day immersive professional development experiences designed to support K-12 educators who teach about the life, leadership, and legacy of George Washington and the 18th-century world in which he lived.||https://www.mountvernon.org/education/for-teachers/teaching-institutes-professional-development/residential-programs||Various||January 14, email@example.com|
|Mount Vernon Teacher Fellowship||The Life Guard Teacher Fellowship Program began in 2013 to support the creation of classroom materials and teacher resources about the life, legacy, and leadership of George Washington. The Reese Fellowship Program began in 2017 to support increasing student engagement with 18th-century sources by connecting high school students with print and handwritten primary sources. Fellows work closely with the staff at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington as they research and produce work to be distributed to a national audience.||https://www.mountvernon.org/education/for-teachers/teaching-institutes-professional-development/teacher-fellowship-program/||June - August, 2019||February 28, 2019||Zerah Jakubfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|National Constitution Center||Join teachers from across the country and constitutional scholars from across the philosophical spectrum for a weeklong teacher institute at the National Constitution Center in historic Philadelphia in July 2019. During the Institute educators work with content experts to deepen their knowledge of the history and modern understandings of Separation of Powers through interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. With master teachers and the education teams from the NCC and the Jack Miller Center, participants discover and develop innovative, nonpartisan ways to make the content relevant to their students. The Institute capitalizes on the NCC’s wealth of historical, constitutional, and cultural resources to demonstrate the ways Separations of Powers have defined and continue to define America’s constitutional identity. Educators will leave with new content knowledge, teaching tools, classroom-ready resources, and new skills for improving constitutional literacy.||https://constitutioncenter.org/learn/professional-development/summer-teacher-institutes||Session One: July 7-12, 2019, Session Two: July 14-19, 2019||December 7, email@example.com|
|National History Day Normandy Institute||The Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom® Albert H. Small Student & Teacher Institute takes students and teachers on the journey of a lifetime to explore WWII history through the life of a Silent Hero who is memorialized in the Normandy American Cemetery. This program is made possible through the generous support of Mr. Albert H. Small.||https://www.nhd.org/professional-development||June 18-29, 2019|
|National Portrait Gallery's Learning to Look Summer Teacher Institute||Integrating portraiture into the classroom provides exciting opportunities to connect students with history, biography, visual art, and many other subjects. The National Portrait Gallery collection presents the wonderful diversity of individuals who have left—and are leaving—their mark on our country and our culture. The museum portrays poets and presidents, visionaries and villains, actors and activists whose lives tell the American story.|
The Summer Teacher Institute will take a broad look at the Portrait Gallery's collection. During the institute, the museum's curators and historians will provide in-gallery content lectures, introducing the collection. Utilizing an interactive approach, NPG educators will model a variety of "learning to look" strategies—unique ways to hook and engage students when they look closely at portraits. Participants will learn how to "read" portraiture and use the artworks as a springboard into a more in-depth discussion about biography and history. Teachers in grades kindergarten-12 may apply as individuals or as part of a team. Priority will be given to social studies, English/language arts, and visual arts teachers.
|http://npg.si.edu/teacher-workshops/learning-look-summer-teacher-institute||June 24-28, 2019, July 8-12, 2019||April 1, 2019||Briana Zavadil Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Native Knowledge 360||The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has opened registration for their Native Knowledge 360 Summer Teacher Institute. It will be held July 8-11 in Washington DC. The institute is free of charge, and housing and lunches are provided; attendees are responsible for travel to and from Washington DC||https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4936963/2019-NK360-Summer-Teacher-Institute-Application||July 8-11, 2019||May 6, 2019|
|National Resource Centers||Links to lots of other opportunities offered through National Resource Centers. Link is organized around regions of the world. Many workshops offer travel stipends. Note: Some dates are not updated.||https://orias.berkeley.edu/professional-development/national-resource-centers||Various||Various|
|NCHE Technology in American History Workshops||Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program, NCHE offers colloquia and webinars that explore the use of primary sources related to technological innovation over time. The workshop being offered is NASA and Flight Technology.||http://www.nche.net/tiahcolloquia||January 18-20, 2019||Justin Jakovacemail@example.com|
|Religious Freedom Center at the Newseum||The Religious Freedom Center recently launched our new professional development website, Constitution2Classroom.org. C2C includes over forty hours of free, online PD on issues related to religious liberty, religious literacy, and civil dialogue. Each module is designed to take one hour and includes a reading, a video, an interactive game, and reflection questions. We invite you to share this resource with colleagues who are interested in teaching about religion in private or public primary and secondary schools.||http://www.religiousfreedomcenter.org/programs/educators/edu-course-catalog/||Various||Ben Marcusfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NCTA||Residential seminars and summer institutes are intensive professional development courses that take place over a short period of time, often during the summer. They may provide an overview of East Asian history and culture or focus on a specific theme.||http://nctasia.org/find-a-course/by-course-type/residential-seminars-summer-institutes/||Various||Various||Lynn Kalinauskasemail@example.com|
|NCTA East Asia in the Early Modern World||What do sources from and about merchants, pirates, diplomats, missonaries, soldiers, and artists tell us about early modern East Asia? Examining various transborder voyagers, institutions, and practices that contributed to the formation of the interconnected East Asian world, this institue offers secondary teachers an opportunity to work with scholars and specialists to consider East Asia as a system that included but transcended the collective national historires of China, Japan, and Korea. Teachers selected to participate will receive a travel stipend, lodging, a meal package, and institute resource materials.||www.colorado.edu/ptea||July 7-12, 2019 (tentative)||Catherine Ishidafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NCTA Teaching East Asian Literature Workshop||The six-day workshop kicks off on Sunday, June 7th. Each morning, history professors lead lectures and discussions on specific facets of China, Japan, and Korea that are pertinent to the literary works covered. Topics discussed include history, religion, culture, family, gender, and language. Participation includes a set of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean literary works, free housing and some meals, certificate of completion, and option to purchase three graduate credits.||www.indiana.edu/~easc||July 7-12, email@example.com|
|NEH Summer Seminar on Muslim American History and Life||What does it mean to be both Muslim and American? You are invited to explore this fascinating and important question this coming summer. For three weeks in Indianapolis, you will read compelling texts and conduct engaging field trips as you study the diverse facets of Muslim American identity, both as grounded in the past and as experienced in the present. As an NEH Summer Scholar, you will reflect on and discuss thirty primary source documents and two major academic monographs; visit two mosques; and make a final presentation about how you will integrate teaching about Muslim Americans into your classroom.||muslimamericanseminar.wordpress.com||July 8-26, 2019||March 1, 2019||Prof. Edward Curtisfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NEH Summer Seminars & Institutes||The National Endowment for the Humanities offers summer seminars and institutes on a variety of humanities topics. They range from one to four weeks in duration, and all offer stipends to help defray travel and living expenses.||https://www.neh.gov/divisions/education/summer-programs||June - August, 2019||March 1, email@example.com|
|Next Gen Personal Finance Summer Institute||https://www.ngpf.org/blog/summer-institute/applications-open-ngpf-summer-institute-2019/?utm_source=Next+Gen+Personal+Finance&utm_campaign=87613b7082-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_04_11_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3711609f5e-87613b7082-236729389||June 23-26, 2019||March 1, 2019|
|Olga Lengel Holocaust Institute||Our 11-day summer seminar is open to Holocaust educators from across the United States and will take place from June 16 – 27, 2019 in NYC. Led by Sondra Perl and Jennifer Lemberg along with their colleague Alice Braziller, the seminar encourages teachers to think creatively and collaboratively about how they teach the Holocaust, genocide, and social justice. Participants become adept at dealing with difficult material and discover how writing, dialogue, and inquiry can help motivate students toward social action. Prior experience teaching the Holocaust or focusing on social injustice in the classroom is required. Applicants should have at least five years’ classroom experience and need to be at least five years from retirement.||https://www.toli.us/sponsored-programs/summer-seminar/||June 16-27, 2019||February 15, 2019||Jennifer Lembergfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Origins and Development of the American Judiciary||This five-day event is available at no cost to participants and designed for secondary level teachers. The institute features an immersion in the issues, individuals, Supreme Court decisions, and primary source materials that explore the role of the Judiciary in American History. Topics covered are the origins of the independent judiciary, the Marshall and Taney Courts, and the role of the 14th amendment in the Civil Rights movement. We will feature presentations from scholars, daily discussions of primary source materials, as well as opportunities each day to explore pedagogical approaches in the classroom. Professors John P. Kaminski (UW-Madison), Richard Bernstein (City College of New York), Peter Myers (UW-Eau Claire), and Chris Cavanaugh (CSAC Mentor-Teacher) will be the featured scholars. The institute begins with a reception and dinner on Monday July 8th and ends on Friday afternoon the 12th of July. Participants are expected to attend all of the scheduled sessions. This conference is fully funded. Participants will be provided with accommodations at the Lowell Center and meals at the University Club.
All secondary school teachers are eligible to apply, but space is limited to 25 participants. Applications must be received by 10 June 2019.
|https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1H-Kua0XurGQZwSAw73VdzcbayrGiJu6r8j3op0Wcuyw/viewform?edit_requested=true||July 8-12, 2019||June 10, 2019||Tim Moore|
|Qatar Foundation||In partnership with Duke University’s Middle East Studies and Islamic Studies Centers, QFI holds an annual summer institute for U.S. primary and secondary school teachers that explores different themes about the Middle East. During the five-day institute, teachers deepen their understanding of both the historic and modern Middle East. Participants learn from scholars and community experts, study authentic texts, and participate in experiential learning activities. You have the opportunity to learn from the other teachers attending, who are selected from different communities and grade levels across a variety of disciplines. Throughout the institute, teachers work in groups or individually to develop curriculum or materials for classroom use. Specialists on the Middle East are available to help participants link content learned with pedagogical practice, and gain resources and teaching strategies to engage students in developing new perspectives of the region. Expenses are covered for participants.||https://www.qfi.org/opportunities/qfi-duke-summer-institute/||Not yet announced for email@example.com|
|SPICE- Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education||SPICE/NCTA East Asia Summer Institute for Middle School Teachers: https://spice.fsi.stanford.edu/fellowships/ncta_for_middle_school_teachers|
SPICE/NCTA East Asia Summer Institute for High School Teachers: https://spice.fsi.stanford.edu/fellowships/ncta_for_high_school_teachers
|June and July 2019||Jonas Edmanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|St. John's College Summer Teacher Institute||The St. John’s College Teachers Institute is a week-long program held each summer for educators. This year, the Teachers Institute will run from July 29–August 2, 2019 on our campus in Annapolis, Maryland with the theme “Equality—An American Story.” The program features readings from and seminar discussions of the works of Rousseau, Melville, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Zora Neale Hurston, Abraham Lincoln, and Frederick Douglass, as well as consideration of America’s founding documents and important Supreme Court cases.||https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/programs/summer-teachers-institute||July 29-August 2, 2019|
|Stanford Professional Learning||Join the Center for Latin American Studies and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching in this new professional development course on Latin America and the Cold War.||https://cset.stanford.edu/pd/content-deepening-courses||June 19-22, 2019|
|Street Law Supreme Court Summer Institute||The Supreme Court Summer Institute is a six-day teacher professional development open to secondary level social studies teachers and supervisors. Educators learn about the Supreme Court, its past and current cases, and interactive teaching methods from top Supreme Court litigators and experts. Participants of the Supreme Court Summer Institute will also hear the Justices announce some of the final decisions of the term, one of which might be a case studied during the Institute.||https://www.streetlaw.org/events/eventdetails.aspx?eventId=25&url=2019-Supreme-Court-Summer-Institute-for-Teachers#registrationInfo||Session 1: June 13 – 18, 2019 Session 2: June 20 – 25, 2019||March 11, 2019||Erica Wangemail@example.com|
|Study Canada||“STUDY CANADA” is a renowned 6-day professional development program that provides American teachers with an excellent foundation for teaching about our northern neighbor and our important relationship. For almost 40 years, educators from across the U.S. have participated in the workshop to learn about core social studies topics related to Canada—such as geography, history, government, and economics—from university faculty and other experts. Cultural components include a series of unique learning experiences that reflect the ties that bind the U.S. and Canada as cultural cousins, political neighbors, environmental stewards of the continent, and as trade partners with strong ties to Pacific Rim nations. Important outcomes include development of curricula that meets Common Core and state-based standards, gaining global perspectives of civic issues, and receiving numerous resources for classroom use.||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfFwUdfxwDuA8rT3A2pJS7vu6vdwas1gAwxaR_5Tz5PRyBTfA/viewform||July 23-27, 2019||April 15, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Summer Institute of Civic Studies||The Summer Institute of Civic Studies is an intensive interdisciplinary seminar that brings together faculty, advanced graduate students, and practitioners from many countries and diverse fields of study. In 2019 it will take place from the evening of June 20 until June 28 at Tufts University in Medford, MA, and Boston.||https://tischcollege.tufts.edu/civic-studies/summer-institute||June 20-28, 2019||March 31, 2019|
|Summer Institute in Montreal and Quebec City||The 2019 Quebec Dimensions Summer Institute will offer professional development for six days divided between Montréal, one of the largest French speaking cities in the world and Québec City (pictured above), the provincial capital. The Institute begins and ends in Montréal. (Institute content will be delivered in English)||https://secure.touchnet.com/C22921_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=2300&SINGLESTORE=true||June 23-28, 2019||April 30, 2019||Betsy Arntzenemail@example.com|
|Supreme Court Summer Institute||Participants will hear from former Supreme Court clerks about the certiori process and meet with other experts to learn about what goes on in the hallowed halls of the U.S. Supreme Court. You will meet with legal scholars and other experts to review and discuss the implications of decisions from the Court's latest term. The Institute will feature resources about the issues, the Court, and the decisions along with classroom-ready materials.||https://us4.campaign-archive.com/?u=7ebc41597276f77c29d980fb2&id=59dced8003&e=cdccda9cbf||July 16-18, 2019|
|TeachingAmericanHistory.org||TAH.org is pleased to announce the return of our American History and American Literature summer seminars. Our History & Literature seminars aim to encourage the cross-curricular study of key themes in American history by examining both historical documents and literary texts.||http://teachingamericanhistory.org/hist-lit/||Session 1: The Civil War in American History & Literature - July 7 to July 12, 2019 OR Session 2: The World Wars in American History and Literature - July 14 to July 19, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Teachers for Global Classrooms||The Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) program is another fully funded U.S. government-funded program. Chosen teachers do an online international education program in the fall, attend a seminar with international teachers in winter, and then go overseas for 2 weeks (to a developing country of your choice, at a time of your choice).||https://www.irex.org/project/fulbright-teachers-global-classrooms-program-fulbright-tgc||Various||Applications open in December email@example.com|
|Teaching the Humanities through Art (Smithsonian American Art Museum)||Be inspired this summer! Attend one of the Smithsonian American Art Museum's week-long institutes in Washington, D.C. Join educators from across the country for an exciting exploration of the connections among American art, social studies, and English/language arts. Museum professionals lead participants in interactive content sessions, gallery talks, and hands-on activities that use American art to make interdisciplinary connections and foster critical thinking skills. Participants will become confident in their ability to integrate art into their curriculum, share lesson ideas, and leave with a tool kit of resources they can put to use in the classroom. Priority will be given to social studies and English teachers for grades 6-12. Graduate credits, scholarships, and low-cost housing accommodations are available.||https://americanart.si.edu/education/k-12/professional-development/summer-institutes||July 8-12, 2019, July 22-26, 2019||March 1, 2019||Phoebe Hillemann||AmericanArtInstitutes@si.edu|
|TOLI||Our eleven-day summer seminar is open to middle school, high school, and college educators from across the United States and will take place from June 16 – 27, 2019 in NYC. Led by Sondra Perl and Jennifer Lemberg, the seminar encourages teachers to think creatively and collaboratively about how they teach the Holocaust, genocide, and social justice. Participants become adept at dealing with difficult material and discover how writing, dialogue, and inquiry can help motivate students toward social action. Prior experience teaching the Holocaust or focusing on social injustice in the classroom is required. Applicants should have at least five years’ classroom experience and need to be at least five years away from retirement.||https://www.toli.us/sponsored-programs/summer-seminar/||June 16-27, 2019|
|Tools for Tolerance for Educators||Professional Development for pre-k - 12th grade educators||www.museumoftolerance.com/FREEPD||Now - June 30, 2019||None||Gabriela Bohmfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Transatlantic Outreach Program||Each summer, the Transatlantic Outreach Program (TOP) takes around 100 social studies and STEM educators to Germany on two-week, fully funded group study tours. During the tours, groups examine topics such as the German school system, German and EU politics, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility, as well as culture, history, and geography.||www.goethe.de/topstudytours||June- July 2019||January 28, 2019||Jenny Windell, Program Manageremail@example.com|
|Uberoi Foundation Fellowship||Teach about India? This institute will focus on resources and content support in teaching about India. The workshop will be held at Bridgewater University. Particiapnts are eligible to receive a $500 stipend or 3 graduate credits. http://www.umassd.edu/indic/uberoi/||Check out this flyer. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByWXE-nUoLV-ckF5ZGQtZm1lZE9USGZQcDQ3ZjBKbjFIS1lz||July 8-12, 2019||May 1, firstname.lastname@example.org|