The University of Illinois and The European Union Center (EUC) invites K-12 and community college educators to take part in a week-long summer curriculum workshop to develop a more effective curriculum on the European Union. These materials may be incorporated into a variety of courses, such as foreign language, world geography, world cultures, world/US history, politics, economics, and business.
While all K-16 teachers are welcome, the curriculum materials are geared mainly towards high school and community college education. The workshop will feature presentations from University of Illinois faculty and other specialists. Participating Illinois teachers receive 16 non-credit PDHs, and non-Illinois teachers receive 1.6 non-credit University of Illinois CEUs.
The 2020 summer curriculum workshop will 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.” There is no cost to attend the workshop. The schedule and lecture topics can be found here.
Register here by June 12. Please don't hesitate to write to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This workshop is funded in part by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant.