Register Now for Free Summer Workshops!
The U.S. Department of Education’s Teacher-to-Teacher Initiative has opened registration for its free summer workshops. Please log onto the following link to register.
Due to overwhelming feedback and high demand, Teacher-to-Teacher will be offering more workshops for teachers this summer than ever before – 14 in all!
The workshops will be held across the country from June through August and will target specific grade levels and content areas.
Summer 2006 Workshop Dates, Locations and Themes
General Summer Workshops
June 5-6 Denver Teachers of Grades 6-12
June 12-13 Atlanta Teachers of Grades K-8
June 20-21 St. Paul Teachers of Grades K-8
July 17-18 Pittsburgh Teachers of Grades 6-12
Joint Workshops with the National Park Service
June 22-23 Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park
Math and History, Grades K-8 Dayton, OH
July 20-21 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Celebration
Science and History, Grades K-12 Billings, MT
August 7-8 Edison National Historic Site
Science, Grades 6-12 West Orange, NJ
Joint Workshops with TechNet Partners
July 10-11 San Jose, CA National Semiconductor Science K-12
July 12-13 Boston, MA EMC Math and Science K-12
August 1-2 Raleigh, NC Cisco Math and Science 8-12
August 8-9 Redmond, WA Microsoft Math and Science K-12
Foreign Language Workshops K-12 with a Special Focus on Mandarin Chinese
July 31-August 1 Los Angeles, CA
August 3-4 Washington, DC
Workshop for Reading and ESL Teachers K-12
August 10-11 Dearborn, MI
Registration and professional development sessions are free-of-charge. Meals and refreshments will be provided during scheduled workshop activities, but participants will be responsible for their own transportation and lodging expenses. Teachers will be able to earn professional development credit, as approved by the district, toward the 60 hour annual requirement for participation in a Teacher-to-Teacher free summer workshop.
For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.t2tweb.us/Workshops/About.asp. Registration is on a first come, first-served basis. Space is limited.