Monday, June 13 to Friday June 17, 2022, Marietta, Ohio
Open to any Ohio K-12 educator. Preference will be given those applicants who can demonstrate how they plan to incorporate Ohio/Northwest Territory history in their classroom instruction.
- Morning and afternoon workshops led by Marietta College faculty and Special Collections staff. Participants will have the opportunity to work with the rich primary source materials in the college’s Special Collections.
- Guided tours of the Mound Cemetery, Campus Martius Museum, Blennerhasset Island, and the Castle Museum (where participants will take part in an on-site archeological dig).
The workshop is funded through a generous grant from the Ohio Humanities Council and additional support from Marietta College. Admission fees, workshop materials and breakfast and lunch are covered. Participants interested in staying on campus can do so at a reduced rate. Participants will also receive a $50 stiped to help cover travel expenses.
Thirty CEUs are available for those who complete the workshop, which will require the development and presentation of a lesson plan prior to the start of the 2022-23 school year.
For participants interested in graduate credit, a limited number of partial scholarships (Covering 2/3 the cost of graduate hours, leaving the participant to cover the remaining $500)
Please contact Dr. Matthew Young, McCoy Professor of History, Marietta College: email@example.com