Teacher Institutes

Upcoming Institutes and Workshops
 

How to apply

Complete the online application. Apply as soon as possible. Registration occurs on a rolling basis and space is limited.


On June 6–9, 2022, Humanities Texas will partner with Texas Tech University to hold a professional development institute for Texas teachers covering significant topics related to Texas in the twentieth century.

On June 14, Humanities Texas will hold a one-day workshop on the campus of The University of Texas at San Antonio for English language arts (ELA) teachers on teaching the works of William Shakespeare at the secondary level.

On June 21–24, 2022, Humanities Texas will partner with Southern Methodist University to hold a professional development institute for Texas teachers covering U.S. constitutional history from the founding period through the Civil War and Reconstruction.

On June 21–24, 2022, Humanities Texas will partner with the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin to hold a professional development institute for Texas teachers on teaching literature at the secondary level.

From June 28–30, 2022, in partnership with the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk at The University of Texas at Austin, Humanities Texas will hold an online institute on teaching reading at the sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade levels for both social studies and English language arts (ELA) teachers.

From July 5–7, 2022, the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) will introduce social studies teachers to their Reading Like a Historian curriculum.

On July 11 and 12, 2022, Humanities Texas will hold a two-part webinar for ELA and social studies teachers introducing a variety of digital humanities resources that support secondary-level instruction.

On July 13, Humanities Texas will hold a one-day workshop at the Witte Museum in San Antonio for English language arts (ELA) teachers on strategies for teaching poetry at the secondary level.

On July 19, Humanities Texas will hold a one-day workshop on the campus of The University of Texas at San Antonio for English language arts (ELA) teachers on strategies for teaching critical reading skills and designing engaging writing assignments.

Questions about Teacher Institutes

Call 512.440.1991 or email institutes@humanitiestexas.org.

Former Texas State Historian Jesús F. de la Teja leads a workshop on Spanish colonial history in the American Southwest at our June 2013 institute in Austin.