Each summer the History Department at UNC assembles master teachers, content scholars, and senior high school faculty from around the country to discuss and examine the latest trends in American historical scholarship. From this process, high school teachers will learn strategies and methods applicable to their own classrooms. The goal is to help teachers approximate a college-level seminar in a high school setting.
Attendees will participate in five days of discussion and research on the best means of achieving success in the AP US History course. Included in the registration will be an institute dinner, 4 lunches, course materials and complimentary textbooks from national publishers. There will be one text required for the institute and attendees will prepare a teaching unit for review after completion of the week's activities.
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