Salem State College is proud to present the 2005 NEH Landmarks of American History Workshops for K-12 Educators entitled Becoming American: Trade, Culture, and Reform in Salem, Massachusetts, 1801-1861. The week-long workshops are as follows:
July 10-15, 17-22 or 24-29, 2005
The Becoming American Workshops will use the city of Salem as an historic site and be organized around the National Standards for History: Historical Thinking Standards (Grades 5-12) and Era 4: Expansion and Reform 1801-1861. Local resources include Salemís Peabody Essex Museum, the Salem Maritime National Historic Site and Derby Street Historic District.
Application Deadline: March 15, 2005
Those selected to participate will receive a $500 stipend to help cover travel expenses, books, food and lodging. Travel supplements are available for those traveling long distances. Graduate credit and PDPs are available.
Detailed information, and on-line application forms, for the Salem workshop can be found on our website at the web address provided below. Our website contains a wealth of information about the workshop and Salem MA. If you cannot find what you need on our website, you are welcome to e-mail Pamela Poppe at the following e-mail address or call 978 542-7225. Other NEH sponsored workshops can be found at: www.neh.gov.
The Workshop Team
Salem State College
352 Lafayette Street
Salem, MA 01970
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