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Lesson Plans


Federal Grant Workshop Opportunity In Los Angeles, California

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Linda Polin (lpolin)
Thu, 23 Oct 1997 23:10:23 -0800


>Date: Thu, 23 Oct 1997 11:18:30 -0700

>Federal Grant Workshop Announcement:
>
>The following description is for general dissemination. Please forward
>to groups, listservs, etc., that you think will be able to spread the
>word.
>
>The program described below is the result of a Federal Grant under the
>auspices of the U.S. Department of Education and the Simon Wiesenthal
>Center of Los Angeles, California. This program, the Teaching Steps to
>Tolerance Program, will accept applications from all teachers in the
>United States. The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Teaching Steps to
>Tolerance Program are going to bring (the grant will pay for
>transportation and lodging) a total of 200 hundred fifth and sixth grade
>teachers and library media specialists to Calif. during the summers of
>1998 and 1999 (approximately 100 a summer, 25 a week) to interact with
>our staff and their peers in education. These peers will come from all
>over the United States. The goal for these teachers while they are with
>us, is to create lessons for their classroom that teach tolerance. But
>these lessons will not be stand alones but will be integrated into their
>school curriculums. We will help them integrate multimedia (HyperStudio,
>laser discs, CDís, quicktime movies, sound, digital cameras, Internet)
>into their lessons. Of course, they will have our Museum and our vast
>library resources to use in the lesson-creating process.
>
>The Program is also going to have a an extensive virtual network set-up
>that will provide support and help after the participants leave LA.
>This network will consist of synchronous and asynchronous communication
>(i.e., e-mail, listservs, newsgroups, MUDing, video conferencing). The
>goal is to not let the summer experience be a one-time shot but an
>experience that will grow through continual communication fostered by
>the virtual network.
>
>If you want to receive an application to enter the program, please
>e-mail tfadale or snail mail to:
>
>The Simon Wiesenthal Center
>The Tools for Tolerance Office
>9760 West Pico Boulevard
>Los Angeles CA 90035-4792
>ATTN: Tony Fadale, Project Manager
>
>
>310-843-0012 (voice)
>310-286-3651 (fax)
>