|Course Number:||EDU 6710 CFS1|
|Location:||Dallas, Texas. Selected sites in Dallas to include, but not limited to Dealey Plaza, Oak Cliff, Parkland Hospital, Dallas City Jail.|
|Dates and Times:||Tentative: Dallas, Texas April 13 - 16, 2019, with pre-course readings and assignments.|
|Credits:||6 Graduate Credits|
|Tuition:||To Be Announced. The course tuition will be announced as soon as travel costs are finalized.|
Note: Course payment or purchase order, payable to Castleton University, is due at the time of registration. A purchase order number can be entered into the online registration form and the purchase order can be uploaded to the registration form. Please mail check to the Castleton Center for Schools, Stafford Academic Center, Castleton University, 251 South Street, Castleton, VT 05753. Thank you.
This course of study will include a selection of topics related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and include academic disciplines based on the needs and interests of the participants. It is intended for students and administrators seeking continuing study, and middle school and high school educators seeking advanced study in content areas.
Through presentations, workshops, readings, and fieldwork, participants will explore the environment and history of the Kennedy assassination in Dallas, Texas. Participants will work daily to produce and develop integrated and differentiated standards-based lessons, complete with assessment products for implementation in a classroom. This course is designed to be adaptable for all grade levels and content areas, and for veteran and aspiring teachers and administrators.
The lesson plans will be based upon the instruction received in Dallas and through readings and will be wholly reproducible as digital resources made available for Castleton State University and the public domain.
Coursework in will include readings and film work followed by an assessment. Participants will develop integrated lessons to be shared.
Texas Theater - Oak Cliff
Each participant will develop a bibliography that will identify materials that are grade-level specific and will be used by teachers participating in grade level groups.