ABOUT

Teaching the World is a collection of Title VI National Resource Centers (NRCs), which are higher education area or international studies centers partially funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

NRCs are mandated to provide outreach to K-14 educators and students through training and programming.

NRC resources are available locally and nationally and include virtual classroom visits, training workshops and seminars, multimedia materials, lesson plans, and more.

2022 SUMMER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

UT Austin Hemispheres – Critical Literacy for Global Citizens Summer Institute

June 13-17, 2022

virtual

UT Austin Hemispheres – Summer Institute: Beyond the Supply Chain – Globalization & Human Rights

June 13-17, 2022

virtual

UM Institute for Global Studies – Schools for the Planet: Toward Universal Climate Literacy with Children’s Literature & Media

June 14, 16, 20, & 22, 2022

in-person

UF Center for European Studies – EU Studies Bootcamp

June 17-July 9, 2022

virtual

UF Center for European Studies – Language Teacher Summer Institute

June 20-July 1, 2022

virtual

UT Austin Hemispheres – Teaching from Digital Archives

June 21, 2022

virtual

UC Berkely ORIAS – The World in Film: Summer Institute for K-12 Teachers

June 22-24, 2022

in-person

OSU Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies – Understanding the Culture and History of Ukraine

July 26-27, 2022

virtual

OSU Area Studies Centers – Global Competency and the UN’s Global Goals

June 27-30, 2022

virtual

UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Center for Near Eastern Studies, and Latin American Institute – Dunhuang, Quetzaltenango, & Marrakesh Sites of Encounter in World History

June 28-30, 2022

virtual

OSU East Asian Studies Center – Mapping Past & Present: Spirits & Beasts of East Asia

July 11-22, 2022

virtual

UW Milwaukee Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies – Summer Teacher Institute: African-descended Communities of Spanish America

July 11-13, 2022

in-person

GW Center for Contemporary Arab Studies – Summer Teacher Institute: Diplomacy in the Middle East and North Africa

July 25-29, 2022

hybrid

Harvard Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies – The Future of Democracy: A Workshop for Educators

August 3, 2022

in-person

2022-2023 ACADEMIC YEAR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies & UNC Consortium for Middle Eastern Studies – Teachers Collaborating Across Borders Exchange Program

Applications due 5/20/22

UM Ann Arbor Centers for Middle Eastern & North African Studies; South Asian Studies; and Latin American & Caribbean Studies – World History Learning Community

Applications due 5/25/22

OSU Center for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies – K-12 Global Fellowship Program

Applications due 7/10/22

UF Center for European Studies – Educators in Residence

Applications due 8/12/22

AFRICA

Includes the 54 diverse countries of the African continent

ASIA

Includes East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia centers

CANADA

Multicultural perspectives from the most northerly country in North America, the second largest country in the world

EUROPE

Includes Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, and Eurasia centers

LATIN AMERICA

Includes Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean

MIDDLE EAST

Includes Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Isreal, and the Arab world including North Africa

INTERNATIONAL

Includes global issues

 Community College educators

Our Upcoming Professional Development Programs

Questions?

Contact outreach@umn.edu to get more information on the project or drop us a line using below form.

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