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.
The workshop will take place at the UTSA Downtown Campus on June 14, 2022.
The workshop curriculum will align with TEKS standards for the state's high school English language arts (ELA) curriculum. Faculty presentations will focus on Shakespeare’s relevance to today’s teachers and students, Shakespeare’s global contexts, representations of Shakespeare on screen, and performance-based strategies for the classroom.
Like all Humanities Texas teacher programs, the institute will emphasize close interaction with scholars and writers and the development of effective pedagogical strategies and engaging assignments and activities.
The program faculty includes Ariane Balizet (Texas Christian University), Laura Turchi (Arizona State University), and Patricia García and Elizabeth Richmond-Garza of The University of Texas Austin.
The institute is open to secondary-level ELA teachers in Texas schools. Priority consideration will be given to early-career teachers in low-performing schools and districts.
The institutes are free to teachers and their schools. Participants will receive a $140 stipend, as well as CPE credit and a wealth of curricular materials. Stipends and CPE hours will be adjusted if a participant misses any portion of the program.
Teachers traveling to the institute from out of town will be reimbursed for approved travel costs up to $300. Eligible expenses include mileage, lodging, air travel, airport parking, and taxi fares. Meals are not reimbursable. Reimbursement rates are set by the State of Texas. Itemized receipts are required for all costs excluding gas. Please review the Humanities Texas travel policy for program participants for more information.
Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from the program. Please note that Humanities Texas’s maximum reimbursement for total travel expenses is $300, even if the participant’s actual expenses exceed $300.
Note: on-campus housing will not be provided for this one-day workshop. Participants will be responsible for booking their own overnight accommodations.
Complete the online application. Please apply as soon as possible, as registration will occur on a rolling basis and space is limited.
The institute is made possible with major funding from the State of Texas and the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation, with ongoing support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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