July 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11, 2006
Wednesday through Friday and the following Monday and Tuesday
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., 30 HOURS
Neal Shultz, New Rochelle High School, and Guests
$300 Partnership/EconomicsAmerica affiliated schools, $350 nonmembers (includes lunches & materials)
If you love great social studies stories and anecdotesboth hearing them and telling themthen you will enjoy this three-credit graduate/in-service workshop. This is a true workshop. Your classroom craft will improve as you practice working with dramatic openings, gripping anecdotes and powerful story arcs. In a supportive, enthusiastic environment, you¡¦ll be able to take the teaching risks you¡¦ve always wanted to. In addition, the course instructor, an award-winning world history and human rights teacher, will help you tie in cutting edge research from the latest in world history scholarship, current events and economics. Packed with technology-based lessons, film clips and bibliographic resources, this workshop is fun, fascinating and, best of all, genuinely useful to the social studies teacher. All new featured stories will include the story of the Kolyma, the coldest prison on earth; how the Big Hole of Kimberlythe world¡¦s largest manmade holecreated modern South Africa; the Jews of Germany after the Holocaust; The War at 20,000 feetthe story of the Sikkim Glacier; and the most talented man in American historyand why he defected from America.
Contact Professor Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.