Paid Professional Development for Teachers!
ASU's CPTL is hosting workshops for teachers to receive an introduction to the EAD Roadmap and its incredible library of civic education resources for K-12 teachers. Teachers can earn a $350 stipend for attending a workshop, completing a lesson in their own classrooms with a focus on civics education, and completing a brief post-workshop reflection on the experience. Each workshop is held on the ASU Tempe campus, with meals and parking provided, so there is no cost to participants for attending.
The workshops will also include content seminars from the faculty of ASU's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership on topics relevant to K-12 Social Studies education, so that teachers can get the chance to develop their content expertise in addition to the introduction to the EAD's teacher resources.
May 30th - Democracy, Patriotism, and the Civil War: Lincoln and Whitman on Love of Country
July 25th - Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: New Perspectives for Teaching a Great Debate
Click the links above for each workshop to apply to attend by May 3rd!
The Center for Political Thought and Leadership (CPTL) invites ASU students, staff and faculty, and the community to join us for conversations concerning civic life, education, and leadership.
We host a wide array of civic education events including question and answer panels, movie nights, and community discussions.