3 CPDU credits per seminar
Northeastern Illinois University is once again offering a series of exciting interdisciplinary seminars to feed the intellectual hunger of community college and high school teacher of all disciplines who see professional development and a nourishing space to explore the challenges our evolving and volatile world present for us as teachers. Taught by Northeastern faculty members, these seminars are designed to spur intellectual growth by offering ways to reinvigorate classrooms that are relevant to our contemporary world.
Seminars are held on Friday mornings on Northeastern Illinois University's Main Campus (Library, 3rd floor) on Chicago's Northwest Side. Seminars earn teachers three (3) CPDU credits.
Pricing: Individual = $110, 5 = $100 each, 10 = $90 each, 20 = $75 each
This purchase is for twenty-four (24) seats.
ALLOWING RACE IN THE CLASSROOM (500)
THEY CAN’T/WON’T/DON’T READ: ENGAGING ALL STUDENTS IN LITERARY TEXT (501)
WOODSHOP SAFETY AND SCRAP WOOD SCULPTURE WORKSHOP (502)
BEAUTY IS A VERB: TEACHING DISABILITY STUDIES IN THE HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOM (503)
“OH NO, YOU DIDN’T:” TEACHING CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES (504)
TEACHING ETHICS (505)
THE ELASTIC PRESIDENT: PRESIDENTIAL POWER UNDER AND ABOVE THE CONSTITUTION (506)
ALLOWING RACE BEYOND THE CLASSROOM (507)
2ND OF 2 SEMINARS
TEACHING COVID (508)
STEREOTYPES IN THE CLASSROOM (509)
INTERNATIONAL ORDER AND THE TRIANGULAR RELATIONSHIP: THE UNITED STATES, RUSSIAN FEDERATION, AND THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (510)
USING EKPHRASIS (WRITING THAT RESPONDS TO ART) IN THE WRITING CLASSROOM, CREATIVE AND OTHERWISE (511)
PROBLEM-SOLVING “SPANGLISH” IN THE CLASSROOM (512)
TEACHING SHAKESPEARE’S TWELFTH NIGHT (513)
AN INTRODUCTION TO ANTI-OPPRESSIVE EDUCATION (514)
WHY BREXIT AND WHY IT MATTERS TO AMERICANS? (515)
WORK, MONEY, AND SHOPPING: TEACHING THE GLOBAL HISTORY OF CAPITALISM (516)