Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program
The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program provides short-term seminars abroad for U.S. educators in the social sciences and humanities to improve their understanding and knowledge of the peoples and cultures of other countries. Each seminar features educational lectures and activities specifically designed for the group, including visits to local schools and organizations, meetings with teachers and students, and visits to cultural sites. Participants draw on their experiences during the program to create new, cross-cultural curricula for their classrooms and school systems back in the U.S.
In 2017, summer programs will be offered in Bulgaria, Chile, and Thailand. A total of 48 awards are available (sixteen per program). The program covers airfare, room and board, and program costs. Teacher participants are responsible for a cost-share of $600.
Scholarship Deadline for 2017 Educator Academy in the Amazon $1000 Scholarships for Amazon Rainforest PD Workshop in Peru Scholarships are available for K-16 science and environmental educators for the July 1-11, 2017 Educator Academy in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru.
Application deadline is Feb. 1st, 2017.
Join Al Stenstrup, former Director of Education for Project Learning Tree; Dr. Nancy Trautmann, Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Dr. David Pearson, Wildlife Travellers’ Guide to Peru; along with scientists Dr. Steve Madigosky, Widener University; and Randy Morgan,
Curator/Entomologist, Cincinnati Zoo as you: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-431-2624 for more information.
• Participate in citizen science projects and inquiry based field studies on a 1/4-mile Rainforest Canopy Walkway in one of the most biologically diverse environments on the planet.
• Spend a day in an Amazon village and experience the role of education in creating a sustainable future for Amazon children.
• Explore sustainability, conservation, and field work with indigenous communities in the Amazon
• Work with fellow educators to develop strategies for using the Amazon as a vehicle for incorporating STEM education, inquiry-based learning, and sustainability science education into your NGSS classroom.
Project Learning Tree and BirdSleuth resources plus 50 Arizona State University PD hours included. Academic credit and Machu Picchu extension optional. Get the details and download a syllabus and scholarship application at:http://www.amazonworkshops.com/educator-academy.html
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