K-12 Summer Teacher Institute 2015: Engaging with World Heritage

Monday, July 13, 2015 - 9:30am to Friday, July 17, 2015 - 3:30pm

Carriage House/LGBT Center, 3907 Spruce Street, Philadelphia 19104


K-12 educators and administrators: Check out the Summer Institute at Penn. This week long workshop will help educators create thoughtful globally inclusive curriculum in their local schools. A $150 stipend will be given to those who complete the program! Apply by May 31st and don't miss this opportunity.  Spread the word! This is an amazing opportunity.


Summer Institute 2015: Engaging with World Heritage

For K-12 teachers seeking to:
- Understand the increasing importance of our world regions in the K-12 classroom
- Learn new information and tools to connect Greater Philadelphia classrooms to the world

"Transnational Experiences: Engaging with World Heritage"  will connect Greater Philadelphia, its history, and social climate, to global histories and contexts. The program features presentations by Penn faculty and area professionals, museum field trips, and global cuisine. Participants will create lessons and experiential activities for their classes, culminating in a “World Heritage Tool Kit.” The Summer Institute is FREE. Act 48 credits available.

When: Monday, July 13th - Friday, July 17th

Eligibility: Greater Philadelphia teachers currently teaching or in administration

Stipend: $150 upon completion

Outcome: A World Heritage Tool Kit full of lesson plans and resources to be rolled out in Fall 2015

Application Deadline is Sunday, June 7th, 2015 at 11:59pm.  Apply here