Central Asia in World History 2016 Summer Institute

Explore the history of Central Asia through a three-week Summer Institute sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities in Columbus, Ohio. Central Asia in World History will offer middle and high school teachers from all subjects an intensive experience to hear presentations by experts, interact with scholars, work with research materials, view and discuss films, and sample the traditional food and music of the region. Participants will also develop a curriculum resource and have the opportunity to consult with a master teacher about pedagogy and how Institute content articulates with current education standards.

Participants will:
· receive a stipend of $2,700
· receive a certificate for in-service credit and/or professional development hours
· have the option of enrolling for three graduate credits from The Ohio State University

Application Deadline: March 1, 2016

Institute Director: Dr. Scott Levi


Email Institute Coordinator, Eileen Kunkler, at [email protected]

Please visit the website for complete information!

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