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Attending the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute provides you the opportunity to apply for three hours of graduate education credit from the University of San Diego (Course Title: Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute in Early American History). Credit will be given for attending all sessions, programs, and performances during the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute and submission of one original lesson plan based on historical content learned while attending the Teacher Institute. On the final day of the Institute, an Institute attendance sheet will be passed around. Be sure to sign it if you think you may be interested in receiving graduate credit in the next year. The credit is only offered for one year from completing the Institute.
Summer 2013 attendees will have until December 31, 2013 to submit a lesson plan and request the graduate credit. The lesson plan will be reviewed by January 31, 2014. Once it has been approved, you will be sent a University of San Diego college credit application. You must submit the completed college credit application form and a check for $180.00 (price subject to change) to the University of San Diego to receive the three hours of graduate credit.
Summer 2013 graduates should submit original lesson plans no later than December 31, 2013 to:
[Note: If you are a 2013 graduate who needs college credit in the fall, please submit your lesson by November 1, 2013. Be sure to include: 1) a note indicating you need the lesson graded as soon as possible for credit recognition in the fall, and 2) the date it is needed. The Manager of Teacher Development will make every effort to provide you with results within one month.]
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