Participants will understand the importance of using formative assessment data to drive facilitation of instruction and explore strategies used to gather formative assessment data to drive instruction.
During this two-day institute, you will have the opportunity to work with scientists from the International Ocean Discovery Program to analyze data from ice, sediments, and other proxies to learn how paleoclimate records are constructed. Participants will be awarded 12 hours of CTLE credit.
Join us on Sunday, March 1, 2020 to provide feedback and recognition to budding history scholars. As a judge, you’ll review students’ projects, interview them, enjoy free breakfast and lunch, and end your day having fostered the spirit of inquiry and curiosity among the next generation of scholars.
In this hands-on workshop using the museum’s collections and materials from our Women and the American story curriculum, explore the challenges of and strides made for civil rights amidst New Deal policies and war on many fronts.
This free training will focus on classroom activities and resources that promote climate actions, civic engagement and youth leadership. Participants will learn about the city’s climate action plans and what students and teachers can do to support local climate initiatives.
Every year, the Transatlantic Outreach Program brings North American educators and Germans together in order to foster education and dialogue through experience. For 2 weeks, learn about contemporary Germany.