Participant's Guide to the
Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute
2014

 
Introduction
Before the Institute
During the Institute
After the Institute
  Share Your Achievements
  In-Service Programs
  Return to Williamsburg
  Lesson Plans
  College Credit
FAQs
Contact Information


 


Lesson Plans

Dressing in colonial clothing

As part of their participation in the Institute, many participants are required to develop an original lesson based on historical information and teaching techniques learned during their time at the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute. If you are responsible for creating a lesson, the curriculum should follow the lesson plan template (pdf file) format. Remember to include primary sources in your teaching strategy.

Summer 2014 attendees should submit original lesson plans via hard copy, fax, or email by December 31, 2014, to:

Jodi Norman
Manager of Teacher Development
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Education Outreach
P.O. Box 1776
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776
Email: jnorman@cwf.org
Fax: (757) 565-8222

If you submit a lesson plan, Colonial Williamsburg staff members will review the lesson for historical accuracy, uniqueness, and creativity (remember to include primary sources). If your lesson plan is selected for publication, either in its entirety or in combination with other lesson plans on the same topic, you will be given full credit for the lesson and will receive a final copy upon publication. Some lessons may be included on our website as examples of how to successfully use the materials and content provided by Colonial Williamsburg.

Even if you are not required to submit a lesson, we hope you will participate by sending us copies of your successful lessons, projects, pictures, and/or student samples. Many samples provided to us are used for demonstrations to donors, curriculum writers, and other teachers to illustrate what participants learn while at the Teacher Institute.

 

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