ONLINE RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
The Midway Institute’s staff has compiled a selection of resources derived from our past seminars and from the ongoing work of Institute faculty and participating teachers. This is a dynamic collection of resources.
MIDWAY VIRTUAL INSTITUTE
Launched in the summer of 2021 in response to the continuing need for teacher professional development. Short online seminars will be held during the the school year on a variety of topics oriented to the material that teachers are planning to teach within the next few weeks. Further information as to exact topics, schedules, and the registration process will be announced on this web site it becomes available.
TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY
The Midway Institute for Teachers and Teaching American History (TAH.org) cooperate to present a seminar series on Essential Documents of American Freedom. Seminars are offered several times during the school year for teachers of American History, Government, Civics, or any teacher who uses American primary source documents. These free seminars are each based on an original source and are conducted as Socratic discussion will be provided for all participants attending, and some dates will include a short virtual guided tour of some part of the ship.
For the most current information on upcoming events.
Please go to: https://teachingamericanhistory.org
GILDER-LEHRMAN INSTITUTE PROGRAMS
The Gilder-Lehrman Institute for American History conducts numerous programs for teachers, including past one-week summer seminars in partnership with the Midway Institute for Teachers on such topics as the Vietnam War and the Global Cold War.
Midway Institute for Teachers
Director: John F. Burns
Questions about the Institute’s schedule, academic programs, objective, faculty, and credit arrangements.
Assistant Director: Rich del Rio
Questions about the Institute’s application process, deadlines, the San Diego locality, and about the ship.