Announcing the National WWII Museum’s second annual Summer Teacher Institute. This year’s institute will focus on strategies for teaching about World War II in Europe, and will be led by renowned WWII scholar and New York Times bestselling author Donald L. Miller, Ph.D. Museum educators, curators, and historians will lead additional sessions. The program is designed for high school social studies teachers, but teachers in other subjects may also be eligible (see website for details). Participants receive room, board, and travel for free, as well as up to six graduate credits (free) for successfully completing the program. The institute occurs in three phases, starting with a weeklong seminar in New Orleans (July 16-22, 2017) and ending with a trip to the site of the D-Day landings at Normandy, France (July 15-21, 2018). Full details, eligibility requirements, and the online application are at this website: http://www.nationalww2museum.
Applications are due February 1, 2017.