*Due to COVID-19, the summer curriculum workshop will be fully online.
The European Union Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, invites K-14 educators to take part in an online summer curriculum workshop aimed at developing a more effective curriculum on the European Union. These materials may be incorporated into courses such as geography, government, politics, civics, foreign languages, world/U.S. history, and economics. Illinois teachers will receive 16 non-credit Professional Development Hours (PDH) and non-Illinois teachers will receive 1.6 non-credit Continuing Education Units (CEU) for participating in this workshop. There is no cost to attend the summer curriculum workshop.
The 2020 summer curriculum workshop will be run from Monday, June 22 to Friday, June 26. The workshop theme is “From Conflict to Peace: The European Union Explained — How the EU Came to Be, How It All Works Today, and Its Greatest Challenges.” For more information, including session topics and the schedule, see here: https://europe.illinois.edu/outreach/k-14-opportunities/summer-curriculum-workshop.
The deadline to register is Friday, June 12. Questions may be directed to Sydney Lazarus (firstname.lastname@example.org).