Inquiry Workshop: Monday, July 12 through Thursday, July 15
Join us for 4 days of fellowship as we reflect upon the past year and plan for the year ahead. Thinking routines, documentation, and effective questioning and listening techniques will be shared and practiced to enhance learning and collaboration in any learning environment. Each day’s focus builds upon the previous culminating in actionable plans ready for you to bring to your institution and begin a new year.
Activities will include small group workshops surrounding thinking routines, work with experts in inquiry such as Trevor Mackenzie, cohort groups to develop lessons and units with inquiry in mind, and an unconference to share ideas and gather feedback.
For more information, and how to apply, please visit https://center.uls.org/inquiry/.
“There’s No Place Like Home:” A Place-Based Humanities Workshop: Monday, July 12 through Friday, July 23
Are you looking for some summer PD? Are you interested in learning about how to connect your local community more into your curriculum? If so, join University Liggett School for “There’s No Place Like Home,” a hands-on, place-based humanities workshop this summer.
Thanks to a grant from the E.E. Ford Foundation, we are able to offer participants a $2000 stipend for attending the two-week (minus weekends) program. All educators, from all grade levels, disciplines, and roles, are welcome to apply.
The workshop will be July 12 through July 23 (minus weekends), and we will work with place-based and community experts to learn how to work with local organizations and institutions to enhance our curriculum. Much of this work will be done at these organizations and institutions across metropolitan Detroit.
If you’re interested in more info, please check out our website at https://center.uls.org/place-based-humanities/. Links to apply are available on the site. Applications are open until Friday, May 21.