|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||The 1990 is hosting a two-day summer workshop on modern China in the San Mateo County Office of Education. Out of state teachers are eligible to receive a $400 stipend. Bay Area teachers are eligible to receive $200 and non-Bay Area teachers can receive a $300 stipend.||https://teachers.1990institute.org or to apply go to http://teachers.1990institute.org/2018-apply||July 27-28, 2018|
|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, where educators learn about the Supreme Court, its past and current cases, and how to teach about them from top Supreme Court litigators and experts. Participants of the Supreme Court Summer Institute will also hear the Justices announce the final decisions of the term, one of which might be a case we’ll be covering during the Institute.||www.streetlaw.org/scsi_apply18||JUNE 14–19 & JUNE 21–26, 2018||March 12, 2018||Anthony Ashfordemail@example.com||The website link above is not active, and will not be until we open the application window for all participants in mid-to-late October 2017.|
|AP Summer Institute||AP training for high school teachers||go.wisc.edu/cpqup9||June 18-22, 2018||Matthew Freidfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|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 23–25, 2018 Social Studies/History Session: July 26–28, 2018||Rolling||Cameron Walpoleemail@example.com|
|Bill of Rights Institute||Participants engage in deep discussions on critical issues, interact with scholars and experts, visit places of historical significance, and much more! Our 2018 programs feature two engaging weeks of fun in Washington, D.C., for you to choose from.||http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-programs-events/foundersfellowship/||July 9-13, 2018 or July 23-27, 2018||Laura Vlkfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|C-SPAN's Free Professional Development Webinars for Social Studies Teachers||C-SPAN Classroom is the network’s FREE membership service that works with C-SPAN's programs on public affairs, coverage of Congress, non-fiction books and American history to create free resources for teachers and students to use in their classrooms and projects. |
We offer a variety of free content on different topics including short Current Events videos, Lesson Plans and Bell Ringers, On This Day in History Events, Constitution Clips and Classroom Deliberations.
If your department or district is interested in learning how to incorporate these free resources into curriculum, we are hosting free live webinars through Google Hangouts. We can show you how to navigate our website, create personalized folders, bookmark resources as well as create your own content.
Whether it is your staff, your department or a class of up-and-coming student teachers, educators are certain to find content that supports their curriculum and enhances their instruction.
|https://www.c-span.org/classroom/opportunities/||These free webinars are offered now at times that are mutually agreed upon based on schedules.||Pam McGorryemail@example.com|
|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/||July 2018 - Dates will be posted in early 2018.||Application will be posted in early 2018.||Pam McGorryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|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/||Summer 2018||Application will be posted in fall 2017.||Pam McGorryemail@example.com|
|Choices Program||The Choices Program out of Brown University is offering severeal workshops throughout the summer of 2018. Workshops include: Implementing the Choices Program Materials to Meet Curriculum Frameworks, African Perspectives in World History, Exploring the Middle East: Question for U.S. Policy Unit, and more.||www.choices.edu/pd||Various|
|Civil War Trust||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.||https://www.civilwar.org/events/national-teacher-institute||July 12-15, 2018|
|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/||July 8 - 13, 2018||April 2, 2018||Jake Flackfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute||During immersive, five-day sessions and NEW three-day themed seminars on location in Williamsburg, 25 participants and a Master Teacher engage in an interdisciplinary approach to teaching social studies with American history as the focus. Teachers have the opportunity to exchange ideas with historians, meet character interpreters and become part of the story in The Revolutionary City. Throughout each day, teachers work collaboratively with Colonial Williamsburg staff and Master Teachers to examine interactive teaching techniques and develop instructional materials that bring history to life in the classroom.||http://www.history.org/history/teaching/tchsti.cfm||Various||December 15, 2017||Registraremail@example.com||http://www.history.org/history/teaching/tchstipc.cfm|
|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 8-21, 2018||April 15, 2018||InstituteDirector(at)daralislam.org|
|European Studies Center- Brussels Study Tour||This study tour is being put on by the European Studies Center. Travel scholarships are available.||http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/esc/content/brussels/study-tour|
|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.||http://www.freedomsfoundation.org/Graduate-Classes||Various|
|Friends of the National World War II Memorial Teachers Conference||An annual national teacher institute held in Washington, DC with a focus on community service.||http://www.wwiimemorialfriends.org||July 24-28, 2018||March 2018||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.||https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpssap/index.html||Summer 2018||TBD||Maria Changemail@example.com|
|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 15 - 18; June 12-16; June 19-23; July 10 - 14; July 17-21; July 31 - August 4; August 7 - 11; November 8-11||October 31 (Spring); End of January (Summer); End of April (Fall)||Jackie Jechafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|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/programs-exhibitions/teacher-seminars||June-August 2017 (various sites)||February 15, 2018||Katherine Abrahamemail@example.com|
|Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program||The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow (GTF) Program is a professional development opportunity for Pre-K-12 educators made possible by a partnership between Lindblad Expeditions and the National Geographic Society. An annual competitive application process is used to select educators and host them aboard Lindblad Expeditions’ voyages for a life-changing, field-based experience.|
These exemplary educators complete a series of deliverables that enable them to transfer their onboard experience into new ways to teach students and engage colleagues. Through this experience, they bring new geographic awareness into their learning environments and communities.
Fellows also take on a two-year leadership commitment to support educators with National Geographic. Throughout their commitment, Fellows may be asked to conduct webinars, participate in meetups, and serve as a mentor to other educators.
The program is named in honor of Gilbert M. Grosvenor, Chairman Emeritus National Geographic Society in recognition of his decades-long work supporting Pre-K-12 teachers and promoting geography education across the U.S. and Canada.
|https://www.nationalgeographic.org/education/programs/grosvenor-teacher-fellows||varies||January 5, 2018||JT Hardin||GTFprogram@ngs.org|
|IREX Teachers for Global Classrooms||The teachers for a global classroom program is a year-long professional development opportunity for U.S. elementary, middle and high school teachers to develop leadership in global firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Keizai Koho Japan Study Tour||The Keizai Koho Center, in cooperation with the National Association of Japan-America Societies will offer the KKC Study Tour to Japan 2018 for U.S. and Canadian social studies teachers. The travel will primarily take place in Tokyo with visits to Japanese schools, scholars and experts and visits to major Japanese companies||www.us-japan.org/programs/kkc||End June- early July, 2018||February 1, 2018||Katsuko Shellhammeremail@example.com|
|Korean War Legacy Foundation||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||June 24-27, 2018|
|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/||June 24-July 27 (on campus), May 7-August 10 (online)||Chris Pascarellafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mikva Challenge||Mikva Challenge will host a two-day summer institute in Chicago.||www.mikvaactioncivicsnetwork.org||July 19-20, 2018|
|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||July 14-20 or July 28-August 3, 2018||March 25, 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/normandy-sacrifice-freedom||June 16-28, 2017||November 27, 2017|
|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-institutehttp://npg.si.edu/teacher-workshops/learning-look-summer-teacher-institute||June 25-29, 2018; July 9-13, 2018||April 13, 2018||Briana Zavadil Whitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|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 three workshops being offered are NASA and Flight Technology, Technological Innovation and Patents, and The Army and the Technology of Warfare||www.nche.net/tiahmainpage||Various||Justin Jakovacemail@example.com|
|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||Lynn Kalinauskasfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NCTA China Study Tour||The USC U.S.-China Institute and the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia invite qualified teachers to apply for our 2018 study tour to China and Taiwan.||http://china.usc.edu/seminars/2018-ncta-summer-study-tour-china-and-taiwan||June 27-July 13, 2018||March 15, 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 8-27, 2018||March 1, 2018||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, 2018||March 1, 2018||Richard Pettitemail@example.com|
|Newseum Summer Institute|
|Olga Lengel Holocaust Institute||Our twelve-day summer seminar is open to Holocaust educators from across the United States and will take place from June 16 – 28, 2018 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 16-28, 2018||February 1, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|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 9-13, 2018 & July 23-27, 2018||April 1, 2018||Phoebe Hillemann||AmericanArtInstitutes@si.edu|
|The Seat of War and Peace (Ford's Theatre)||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 22 - 27, 2018||April 2, 2018||Jake Flackemail@example.com|
|Tools for Tolerance for Educators||Professional Development for pre-k - 12th grade educators||www.museumoftolerance.com/FREEPD||now - June 30, 2018||None||Beverly Lemayfirstname.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.||https://www.goethe.de/ins/us/en/spr/eng/top/top_teachers/top_study_tour.html||June-July 2018||January 31, 2018|
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|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/||July 9-13, 2018||April 20, email@example.com|
|USHMM Museum Teacher Fellowship Program||The Museum Teacher Fellowship Program seeks to train leaders in the field of Holocaust education. The Fellows are a national corps of skilled educators who assist the Museum's efforts to promote quality Holocaust education that is rooted in accurate history and responsible pedagogy. The Museum's teacher training programs ensure that learning how and why the Holocaust happened is an important component of education in America and that it strengthens students' critical thinking about their roles in society. Held in Washington DC at the USHMM.||https://www.ushmm.org/educators/professional-events-and-resources/museum-teacher-fellowship-program||July 9-13, 2018||Feb. 1, 2018||Kristin Thompsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|USS Midway Museum Institute for Teachers||The USS Midway Museum offers two seminars for teachers this coming summer. There's a one-week seminar on WWII in the Pacific and a two-week seminar on The Cold War, Korea, and Vietnam. There is a $500 stipend for the one-week seminar and a $1,000 stipend for the two-week seminar.||www.midway.org/midway-institute-teachers||June 24-29, 2018 or July 1-13, 2018||March 4, 2018|
|Victims of Communism National Seminar for High School Educators||The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation will host its highly reviewed three-day seminars in Washington, DC on July 16-18 and July 18-20. These seminars are intended for active middle school and high school educators interested in teaching the history of communism and its collectivist legacy in their classroom—educators like you!|
By attending one of the seminars, you will:
Interact with VOC staff, noted historians, pedagogy experts, and master teachers;
Obtain and develop lesson plans for teaching the truth about communism’s ideology, its history in the Soviet Union and Europe, and its enduring legacy in China, North Korea, Cuba, and other contemporary communist states;
Network with your peers from across the country who are also interested in teaching and learning about communism;
Hear firsthand from a dissident from a current or former communist country;
Receive a copy of VOC’s updated curricular supplement—Communism: Its Ideology, Its History, and Its Legacy—which was developed by Dr. Paul Kengor, Dr. Lee Edwards, and Claire McCaffery Griffin, and has been field-tested in more than a dozen Washington, DC area schools;
Receive other teaching resources, including books and videos;
Learn about future opportunities to become a leader in educating American students about communism;
Meals during the program are included. There is no cost to attend the seminars. Participants are responsible for their transportation to and accommodations in Washington, but limited scholarship funds are available to help defray these costs. Please inquire for application.
Registration is open to all educators currently teaching at the middle school or high school levels.
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) is an educational and human rights nonprofit with the mission to educate Americans about the ideology, history, and legacy of communism. VOC’s creation was authorized by a unanimous act of Congress in 1993, which was signed by President Bill Clinton.
|http://victimsofcommunism.org||July 16-18 and July 18-20||March 1, 2018||Murray Bessetteemail@example.com|
|White House History Teacher Institute||Discover the history behind this iconic building and explore how you can use the stories from the White House to enhance your classroom at the White House History Teacher Institute. This five-day teacher professional development is hosted by the White House Historical Association in Washington, D.C., at the David M. Rubenstein National Center for White House History. The Institute features discussions with historians, local site visits, inquiry-based learning activities, and more.||https://www.whitehousehistory.org/white-house-history-teacher-institute||July 16-20, 2018||February 1, 2018||Joanna Cappsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|World War II Memorial Teachers Network and Conference||An annual national teacher institute held in Washington, DC will facilitate the kind of teaching that will inspire lifelong learning and breathe new life into the values that brought freedom to the world. Teachers throughout the country would travel to DC, at no cost to them, and participate in lectures, discussions, and tours led by renowned historians and award-winning educators. Additionally, Friends hopes to provide teachers with tools, resources, and training to connect with and engage their students using digital technology and mobile applications in order to create a rich and multi-layered learning experience filled with sight and sound that brings to life the stories of millions of people who helped the nation during its darkest hours of the 20th century. Conference participants will return to their communities with a purpose and a commitment. Through a thoroughly prepared and well-devised community engagement program, our educators will share what they learned during their time in Washington, DC with their students, fellow teachers, and the community at-large. The result will be countless service-learning initiatives popping up across the nation that promote critical thinking and personal reflection while encouraging a heightened sense of community, civic engagement, and personal responsibility.||http://www.wwiimemorialfriends.org/resources/teachers-network-and-conference||July 24-29, email@example.com|
|World War II National Museum Summer Institute||World War II was the defining event of the 20th century, and understanding its history is essential to understanding the world we live in today. The Summer Teacher Institute is an immersive 16-month professional development experience for middle and high school teachers focusing on the history and lessons of this transformative era. The program includes both an intensive weeklong seminar at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans and a weeklong excursion to a WWII-related destination. Each year’s institute focuses on a different aspect of the war, employing a rich array of curriculum tools and primary sources to help bring the war to life in the classroom. Participants who complete the program are eligible for up to six hours of graduate credit and will become part of the Museum’s nationwide network of master teachers dedicated to improving the quality of instruction on World War II.||https://www.nationalww2museum.org/students-teachers/educator-resources/professional-development/summer-teacher-institute||Various||February 1, 2018||Joshua Goodman||Joshua.Goodman@nationalww2museum.org|