Here is a great opportunity for K-12 teachers interested in learning more about economics and have the potential to garner the $1,500 to $1,800 in total expenses to attend. If finding the funding is a major problem, remain clam and move on to something else. 🙂 56th Annual Financial Literacy Economic Education Conference Brooklyn, New … Continue reading K-12 Economics Conference
Via the Michigan Center for Civic Education The Michigan Center for Civic Education is sponsoring a year of supported civics learning for secondary teachers interested in research-driven, student-participatory learning. We are currently recruiting teachers to apply for participating in a third cohort of the James Madison Legacy Project with all expenses paid as well as … Continue reading HS Civics PD – Expenses Paid
Save the Date: 2017 Professional Development Workshop on Teaching about East Asia AT the Edges...Over Land and Sea: East Asia through Maps Maps are the cornerstone to understanding the network over land and water that characterize trade and commerce crossing East Asia. We’ll explore maps as representing the mindset of their makers—the differences between Eastern … Continue reading Teaching about East Asia PD
For the past two years, Genesee ISD has hosted Google Camp for local educators. This summer, July 18-20, we are pleased to announce our third annual Google Camp . Registration is open Early bird registration (register prior to June 30): $30 Regular registration (after June 30): $40 On site registration (July 18 ONLY) : $45 Presenters … Continue reading GISD Google Camp! Save The Date!
About the Conference The EdTech Boot Camp is being presented for the fourth time as a partnership between Baker College-Flint and the Genesee Intermediate School District. This conference will help you learn about in-room technology, apps, mobile device usage, instructional strategies, social networking issues, and other ways to enhance the teaching and learning in your … Continue reading Baker/GISD Ed Tech Boot Camp