Indiana celebrates its 200th, BUT it’s not ALL about the Indiana Bicentennial! It can also be about Kentucky or any other state—their identities and achievements in a global, national and local settings. From July 12-16, 2015, the School of Education and Center for Cultural Resources at IU Southeast, New Albany, are partnering with other educational organizations to sponsor a five-day institute designed to assist teachers and youth (age 10 and older) in recognizing identities and achievements of their states globally, nationally, and locally. Through creating original giant floor maps and timelines, the institute will feature a series of instructionally sound standards-based programs. All institute experiences will be adaptable for any educators and allow them to earn credits—university, professional and service--applicable for license, programs, renewals and rewards. For these and questions about admission to IUS graduate programs, e-mail Nicole Owens Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org. Read on for “Features of the Summer Institute”:
Descriptions for 3 graduate courses, beginning on Saturday, July 11, 2015, living accommodations, daily institute agenda and youth scholarship application will be found online--IU Southeast@edu by April 1. SAVE the DATES.
Specific fee schedules will be determined following current fundraising efforts. The course registration is estimated at $150, including many food events and admissions. Youth, 10 years and older, may be eligible by application for scholarships when accompanied by guardians.
The institute offers many opportunities that will be fun, educational, tourist-like, useful and family oriented. For continuing updates on registration and developing details, reply to email@example.com.