Our content specialist, Dr. Terri Fine, is a wonderful resource for teachers in this state and beyond on issues concerning civic education. However, Dr. Fine has also made it a priority to provide content-oriented professional development connected to history and foreign policy, particularly on modern Israel. She recommends the Institute for Curriculum Services: National Resource Center for Accurate Jewish Content in Schools and has asked to share the following opportunity for professional development around the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Peace Process. This is a free PD opportunity!
June 28 – 30, Portland State University
$300 stipend available (for attendance and travel) for first 25 registered participants.
The Institute for Curriculum Services, in collaboration with the Library of Congress and Portland State University, invites middle and high school social studies teachers to attend a dynamic 3-day workshop, Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict and Peace Process.
With an emphasis on inquiry based learning using Teaching with Primary Sources strategies and content-specific lectures from university scholars, this institute will enhance your professional practice and deepen your historical content knowledge.
For more information and to request applications materials please contact Jacqueline Regev, firstname.lastname@example.org.