Summer Teaching Institute
What is the Summer Teaching Institute?
Inquiry School's Summer Teaching Institute is an opportunity for teachers from all disciplines and varied backgrounds to immerse themselves in inquiry driven, project based, technology enabled teaching and learning.
Throughout the sessions there will be a continued focus on inquiry-driven, project-based, technology-enriched learning. An essential part of SLA's pedagogy, and a theme for the summer institute, are the Core Values of Inquiry, Research, Collaboration, Presentation, and Reflection. Within this framework SLA teachers will share their resources, experiences, and expertise.
The Summer Institute will be experiential and participatory. Teachers will be exposed to a wide range of model projects and methods and will use this information to design their own lessons and units.
The Summer Institute will be a combination of larger discussions of teaching and learning combined with practical applications and experiences that will directly transfer to classroom settings.
Join us in 2018 - July 16-20th
Register before March 1, for an Early Bird discount!
Registration is processed through EventBrite. If you require an invoice in order to process payment, please select that option at the bottom of the form.
For nearby accommodations, we recommend The Windsor Suites. Please call (877) 784-8379 to make a reservation.
AirBnB is a popular option for many participants as well.
For more information about earning credit for the Summer Teaching Institute...
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS:
“Teaching students is not easy and educators need as many tools in their belts as they can get. SLA has provided us with some of the most powerful tools around.”
“This has been the singular most important piece of development I have ever had the privilege of attending.”
“The instructors were kind, caring, insightful and guided us through the process of taking our ideas and transforming them into something new. This is a course for any educator, new, seasoned, supervisor or administrator!”