The Library of Congress is pleased to announce details about its summer programs for K-12 educators.
The application for the Library of Congress Summer Teacher Institute is now available. The five-day institute provides educators with tools and resources to effectively integrate primary sources into K-12 classrooms.
Teachers and school librarians of all grade levels and curriculum areas are encouraged to apply.
Interested? Check your calendar–institute dates are listed below.
- June 9-13 Institute session #1
- July 7-11 Institute session #2
- July 21-25 Institute session #3
Additional information, educator testimonials, and the application for the institutes can be found here!
If you’re interested in getting a sense of how the Library’s Summer Teacher Institute can have an impact on your teaching, listen to this web radio interview.
The Library will also be offering two five-day summer seminars with a focus on integrating primary sources in specific content areas. The seminars will most benefit K-12 educators with specific teaching requirements in these content areas.
- July 14-18 Science Seminar
- July 28-Aug 1 Civil Rights Seminar
More information and the seminar application will be available in late January.
Institute and seminar applications are due Monday, March 24th.