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    Plan to Spend A Week of Your Summer Vacation on A Fun-Filled Field Trip for Educators While You Earn College Credit or Contact Hours!

     

    June 16-20, 2014


    The cost to attend the workshop is $150 and includes most meals, all materials, entrance fees and much more.

    Payment Information: After completing the online registration form you can access the online credit card payment system. You can either pay online through this system or mail a check (payable to BGSU) or purchase order to:


    NWO-Community Resources Workshop
    c/o COSMOS/NWO
    241 Math Science Bldg.
    Bowling Green State University
    Bowling Green, OH 43403

     

    PLEASE NOTE: TITLE I PART A FUNDS OR TITLE III FUNDS CAN BE USED TOWARD THIS WORKSHOP

     

    Graduate Level Professional Development Application (pdf)

    Community Workshop Syllabus Summer 2014 (pdf)

     



    Your Community Resources Education Specialists are busy planning another exciting week packed with activities addressing the new common core standards, literacy standards, college to career standards, and 21st Century skills.

    Here’s what some participants had to say about last year’s workshop:

    “An amazing experience”

    “…an awesome opportunity to become aware of endless resources”…

    “This workshop should be requirement for all teachers!”

     

    THIS HIGH-QUALITY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INCLUDES:

    • Five fun and fast-paced days
    • Loads of great ways to energize your lesson plans
    • Light Breakfast daily, lunch provided Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and also dinner on Wednesday
    • Standards-aligned and classroom-ready materials, programs and resources
    • 40 contact hours from BGSU or 2 or 3 semester graduate credits through Lourdes University
    • Door prizes and more

    *Note: The program is geared toward K-8 classroom teachers but all teachers preK-12 are very welcome and encouraged to attend.

     



    Venues: During the week, participants will visit The Blade, Lourdes University, Metroparks of the Toledo Area, Imagination Station, Toledo Museum of Art, WGTE Public Media, Toledo Zoo, Challenger Learning Center of Lucas County, Toledo Mud Hens 5/3 Field, Toledo Lucas County Public Library in downtown Toledo, the Valentine Theatre for tours, special programs and much more.

    Times: Times for each day will be approximately 8am-4pm with a change on Wednesday to 10:00am-7pm to provide you with a special behind-the-scenes evening dinner program at the Toledo Zoo.


    Each venue will introduce you to exciting curricula and resources to enhance K-12 teaching in science, mathematics, language arts and social studies and introduce ways to infuse the arts, technology and 21st century skills into your lessons.

    During this week, participants will:

    • Increase their awareness of area educational hands-on, standards-aligned, research-based teaching resources.
    • Feel more comfortable seeking and finding assistance with resources that help meet direct student needs including literacy strandards, core content areas, college to career readiness standards in their classroom.

     

    Contact nwo@bgsu.edu for additional information regarding the contents of this workshop.


    The Community Resource Partners are: