Professional Development Opportunity from NCTA

Critical Issues in Contemporary China. July 10-14, 2017. This five-day National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) residential summer institute on the University of Colorado Boulder campus will explore some of the most critical issues facing China’s leaders and people today, from political reform to environmental issues to foreign policy. Participants will work with China […]

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Global Educational Leadership Symposium, February 4th

Register now for the Global Education Leadership Symposium at King School on February 4th.  Space is limited and filling quickly, but there’s still time to ensure your school has a presence at this highly-rated program. The symposium is open to administrators, faculty and students in grades 8-12. Register at: http://www.caisct.org/2016GES $35 per person (includes continental […]

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Volunteer to Judge for Connecticut History Day 2017

We need your help at the upcoming Connecticut History Day (CHD) Regional Contests! Please consider signing up as a volunteer judge… Judges will meet students from across the state who have spent months researching a topic and are eager to share their work. It is going to be an extremely competitive Spring 2017! Our judges are […]

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Upcoming PD Opportunity! Human Landscapes of East Asia

Sponsored by the FIVE COLLEGE CENTER FOR EAST ASIAN STUDIES, this thirty-hour seminar at Wesleyan University is open to teachers of history, geography, social studies, English/language arts, art, music, technology, and other teachers who desire to incorporate teaching about East Asia into their curriculum. School librarians and administrators are also encouraged to apply. It provides […]

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Teachers for Global Classrooms Program

Applications for the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program are now available! Visit www.irex.org/tgc to begin an application for the 2017-2018 Fellowship. TGC is a fully-funded professional development opportunity for U.S. elementary, middle, and high school teachers seeking to develop the skills and knowledge to prepare their students to be competitive in the 21st century! Funded […]

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NEH Workshop: African Americans and the Making of Early New England

African Americans and the Making of Early New England is a National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for K-12 teachers and librarians hosted by the Deerfield Teachers’ Center of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield, MA. The workshop will be presented the week of July 9 through July 14 […]

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