The Diplomatic Reception Rooms and the National Museum of American Diplomacy present
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
July 15 – 19, 2019
The National Museum of American Diplomacy is delighted to partner with the State Department’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms (DRR) to host a pilot teacher institute, July 15-19, 2019 – and we have just selected 25 teachers to participate! The 6th-12th grade teachers come from Montgomery County, Fairfax County, District of Columbia public schools and Arkansas, and all competed for acceptance. The institute will provide an array of engaging opportunities including diplomatic simulations, object-based learning, historic background, classroom techniques, and more. The teachers will gain content-rich training in the history and practice of diplomacy, an understanding of how to incorporate diplomatic skills into your classroom, engage in-person meetings with our nation’s diplomats and statesmen, and have access to the Center’s and DRR’s historic art, objects, and primary sources.
Teachers will experience:
- Content-rich training in the history and practice of diplomacy
- An understanding of how to incorporate diplomatic skills into your classroom
- In-person meetings with our nation’s diplomats and statesmen
- Access to, and a familiarity with, the historic art, objects, and primary sources in the collections of the Diplomatic Reception Rooms and National Museum of American Diplomacy
- Object-based learning techniques
- A strong, professional peer network
- A stipend
- PD credit available
For more information, download the flyer below.