What is the Teacher Institute?
 During week-long sessions or three-day themed seminars, Teacher Institute participants are immersed in an interdisciplinary approach to teaching social studies with American history as the focus. The Institute experience provides teachers:
· Primary source-centered, standards-based historical content
· Inclusive approach to analyzing people and events of the past from multiple perspectives
· Innovative, engaging teaching strategies to bring history to life in the classroom
· Immersive experiences throughout the Historic Area and with character interpreters with suggested classroom applications
· Collaborative idea sharing with Colonial Williamsburg staff and fellow teachers
· Classroom-ready instructional resources, including lesson plans, primary sources, and media through the Colonial Williamsburg Education Resource Library.
Scholarships:
 Each Teacher Institute scholarship includes:
· Admission to all program activities
· Room (double occupancy)
· Most meals
· Special access to the Teacher Institute portion of the Education Resource Library
· Most scholarships also include full airfare and ground transportation to Williamsburg. Travel arrangements will be confirmed at the time of scholarship acceptance.
For more information about our 2020 Teacher Institute programs and dates, please visit our website at: http://www.history.org/cwti If you have any questions about the application process please email Elana McGovern at teacherdevelopment@cwf.org. Please include “2020 CWTI Scholarship Application” in the subject line of the email.


We are currently only accepting applications from targeted areas, please email teacherdevelopment@cwf.org with any questions.

What is the Teacher Institute?
  During week-long sessions or three-day themed seminars, Teacher Institute participants are immersed in an interdisciplinary approach to teaching social studies with American history as the focus. The Institute experience provides teachers:
 · Primary source-centered, standards-based historical content
 · Inclusive approach to analyzing people and events of the past from multiple perspectives
 · Innovative, engaging teaching strategies to bring history to life in the classroom
 · Immersive experiences throughout the Historic Area and with character interpreters with suggested classroom applications
 · Collaborative idea sharing with Colonial Williamsburg staff and fellow teachers
 · Classroom-ready instructional resources, including lesson plans, primary sources, and media through the Colonial Williamsburg Education Resource Library.
Scholarships:
  Each Teacher Institute scholarship includes:
 · Admission to all program activities
 · Room (double occupancy)
 · Most meals
 · Special access to the Teacher Institute portion of the Education Resource Library
 · Scholarships also include full airfare and ground transportation to Williamsburg. Travel arrangements will be confirmed at the time of scholarship acceptance.
 For more information about our The Bob and Marion Wilson Teacher Institute of Colonial Williamsburg programs and dates, please visit our website at: http://www.history.org/cwti If you have any questions about the application process please email Elana McGovern at teacherdevelopment@cwf.org. Please include “2020 CWTI Scholarship Application” in the subject line of the email.


CTLE Credit is available for week long programs.

The Scholarship Application Deadline is December 18,2019.

 From July 22rd - 25th, 2019, Colonial Williamsburg’s Teacher Institute invites 4th-8th grade teachers from Chicago to meet historic characters, discuss content with historians, and explore strategies for teaching about race in colonial American history. Join us for three days of engaging content, evaluating sources, interactive teaching techniques, and amazing new experiences in Williamsburg, VA. Room, board, and airfare are included. 

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation