The Massachusetts Studies Project at UMass Boston is again offering a week-long professional development seminar for teachers entitled "Massachusetts Communities in American History: The Colonial and Revolutionary Eras.” The seminar will develop participants’ confidence and expertise in using local primary sources in their history, social studies and language arts curriculum and is designed especially for 3rd-5th grade teachers, librarians and museum educators. The seminar takes place August 4-7 and August 12 at the historic Spencer-Pierce-Little Farm in Newbury and participants can earn both PDPs and graduate-level credits. The cost for the seminar is $350 ($300 if paid before May 31).
More information is available on our website at http://www.msp.umb.edu/workshopseries/.
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