The OHS Teacher-In-Residence Program is a new, innovative way for social studies teachers to participate in professional development while discovering and utilizing the various resources offered by the Ohio Historical Society and Creative Learning Factory. Over a period of two weeks, teachers will go behind the scenes to learn about the Ohio History Center, experience hands-on historical thinking activities, and collaborate to create unique educational projects. The program is designed to provide educators with the knowledge, tools, and atmosphere to participate in enlightened thinking, engaging activities, and immersive learning that will ultimately be transferable to their own teaching methods.
The Education and Outreach Division of the Ohio Historical Society will select 3-5 social studies teachers each year to participate. The program will be held for two weeks during the summer from June 16 – June 26, 2014. Educators will take part in a wide variety of sessions, including discussion panels, historical thinking activities, site visits, behind the scenes museum tours, archival research, collaborative brainstorming, and the creation of a culminating project. The OHS Teacher-In-Residence Program is the ultimate opportunity for educators to learn, experience, and create!
- March 1, 2014 – Applications Due
- April, 1, 2014 – Selected Candidates Notified
- June 16 – June 27, 2014 – Program Dates
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