Summer education opportunity for teachers
| Feb 07, 2011
America’s Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford museum is a nationally-recognized NEH Landmarks of American History Teacher Workshop that will draw together K-12 educators from around the country. Participants will experience unique enrichment exercises centered on the impact of industrialization, explore the diverse ways that Americans experienced social change between the 1760s and the 1920s, explore archival sources in the Benson Ford Research Center, and visit the Ford Motor Company’s Rouge industrial complex.
Workshop dates are July 17-22 and August 7-12, 2011 with each workshop limited to 40 participants. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2010. Participants will receive a stipend of $1,200 following the sessions and will have a chance to earn continuing education, undergraduate, and graduate credit. To learn more or apply, visit the Henry Ford website.