Teaching with Historic Places, REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JULY 13
This workshop is designed for teachers, museum and historic site volunteers, educators, and anyone else interested in learning how a place can be used to teach history and social studies to children, ages 8-13. The Teaching with Historic Places program, developed by the National Park Service, is explored as a model and resource for workshop participants to develop their own customized lessons for specific sites. Observation, inquiry, analysis, field study and hands-on activities are examined as instructional strategies. The class will be held at Drew University from 9am-4pm, Monday-Wednesday, July 23rd-25th, and costs $465.
Space is limited so register now to avoid disappointment! Call Drew’s Caspersen School of Graduate Study at 973/408-3118 for a brochure and registration information or visit our web site at http://www.drew.edu/historicpreservation for lengthier course descriptions and registration forms.
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