Indiana University’s P-16 Center for Research and Collaboration is partnering with Title VI Area Studies Centers on this exciting professional development opportunity for middle and high school social studies teachers. Subject-matter specialists from IU-Bloomington’s Title VI Area Studies Centers will present content related to the theme of Human and Environment Interactions. The presentations will connect the theme with Standard 9- Human and Environmental Interactions: Resources, Hazards and Health from Indiana Academic Standards for Geography and History of the World. A teaching methods specialist will provide creative teaching ideas for your social studies course. IU will cover the cost of a substitute for teachers who attend.
Highlights of the Workshop
Hear experts on Russia/Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Central/Inner Asia, East Asia, Africa and Europe.
Learn research-based instructional practices.
Come away with solid content knowledge and classroom-tested techniques.
Use resources developed by IU's nationally recognized area studies faculty.
Focus on Human and Environment Interactions around the world theme across the Social Studies Standards
Professional Growth Points are available for this workshop.
We will cover the cost of a substitute for teachers who attend.
Subject matter specialists from IU-Bloomington's title VI Area Studies Centers
Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (lunch will be provided)
Location: Wabash Valley Education Center
NO COST. School districts will be reimbursed by IU for the cost of subs for the day.
For any questions, email Vesna Dimitrieska (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (812) 856-8021
Registration open through 3/31/2019 11:45 PM EST