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In this one-day workshop for K-2 educators, Library of Congress education staff and our current Teacher in Residence, will model a variety of strategies for using primary sources to engage young learners, build critical thinking skills, and construct knowledge. This hands-on, collaborative session will feature maps, prints and photographs, historic audio and film recordings, and other resources from the Library’s collections, all of which are digitized and readily available to teachers after the session. Participants will learn about unique children’s books from the past and ways the Library is making them more accessible. In addition, a specialist from the Young Readers Center will explain resources and non-fiction books that support the K-2 learner. Attendees will receive a personalized certificate for professional development hours. Audience: K- 2 educators interested in incorporating primary sources into their classroom instruction.When: Saturday, May 6, 2017, from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Where: Room 119 in the Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress, 10 First St. SE, Washington, DC 20540. (For directions, go here: https://www.loc.gov/visit/directions/) Deadline to apply: April 28, 2017Questions? Please contact: teachinglcsummer@loc.gov Interested in attending? Please fill out the registration form on the page following and email it to teachinglcsummer@loc.govK-2+Workshop+-+Application.docx
The Library of Congress today announced that up to $950,000 will be provided to one or more organizations to support the development of engaging web- and mobile-based applications on the subjects of Congress and civics for use in K-12 classrooms.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress Educational Outreach Division is looking for a Performing or Visual Arts teacher to serve as the 2018-2019 Teacher in Residence. This is the first time the Library has specifically recruited a performing arts or visual arts teacher for this opportunity.The selected teacher will participate in this program via an intergovernmental personnel agreement between the Library and his or her home school district. The Library will reimburse the district for salary and benefits paid to the teacher during the school year, and will release the Teacher-in-Residence for all district holidays and vacations. The term of the appointment will match the dates of the teacher's home school district's school year.The selected teacher will receive a monthly housing stipend if he or she teaches outside of the Washington DC metropolitan area. The Library cannot pay for travel or moving expenses.Qualifications of successful candidates include:knowledge about the Library's digitized primary sources with experience using them in instructionleadership experience, especially in designing and delivering professional developmentan innovative, flexible and collaborative work style, able to work on a team in an office environmentexcellent communication skillsthe ability to live and work in the Washington, DC, metro area for the duration of the school yearThe deadline for applications is Monday, April 9, 2018. Direct any questions to edoutreach [at] loc.gov
The Library of Congress is seeking applications from current performing arts or visual arts teachers for a teacher-in-residence position within its Educational Outreach division during the 2018-2019 school year.The program description and application details for the position can be found at loc.gov/teachers/newsevents. Applications are due by Monday, April 9.Click here for more information.
It's constantly been recognized that parents provide an inherent right to figure out how to raise and educate the children of theirs. Nowadays, the latter decision is created more complicated for the simpler dichotomous choice of private versus public schooling is actually provided a third rival: homeschooling. Homeschooling holds a clear edge of the other 2, which of the reality that as a parent, you're provided a chance to be totally hands on with your child's education, from time, to curriculum, as well as to the development type you need imbibed in him or maybe her using that education.
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