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May 01, 1990 3 min read
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  • June 15-21; June 23-29
    “Field Ornithology.’' National Audubon Society. $595. Location: Hog Island, Me. Contact: Audubon Ecology Camps and Workshops, National Audubon Society, 613 Riversville Rd., Greenwich, CT 06831; (203) 869-2017. Deadline: Full payment is due April 15.
  • June 20-21
    “Arts Education Institute for Administrators.’' Southeast Center for Education in the Arts. $35. Location: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Contact: Jane Harbaugh, SCEA, 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37403; (615) 755-4515. First come, first served.

June 24-28
“Nebraska Videodisc Design Workshop.’' Nebraska Videodisc Design/Production Group. $975. Location: Lincoln, Neb. Contact: Eva Bachman or Barb Perdew, NVDPG, 1800 N. 33rd St., Lincoln, NE 68583; (402) 472-3611. First come, first served.

  • June 25-29
    “Creative Drama in the Elementary and Secondary School.’' Southeast Institute for Education in Theatre. For teachers and administrators. $35. Location: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Contact: Kim Wheetley, SIET, 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37403; (615) 755-5205. First come, first served.
  • July 9-27
    “Introduction to Teaching Theatre in the Elementary School’’ and “Theatre Curriculum for the Secondary School.’' Southeast Institute for Education in Theatre. For teachers and administrators. $100. Location: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Contact: Kim Wheetley, SIET, 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37403; (615) 755-5205. First come, first served.
  • July 9-13
    “Teaching Writing and Thinking.’' Bard College Institute for Writing and Thinking. $495. Location: Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. Contact: Judi Smith, BC, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504; (914) 758-7484. First come, first served.
  • July 11-13
    “Learning from the Inside Out--BrainCompatible Learning Alternatives.’' For teachers, staff developers, and administrators. One day will be spent studying neurolinguistic programming in education. $285. Location: Flagstaff, Ariz. Contact: Judith Lloyd, MINDSIGHT, Suite 140, 277 E. Haven, New Lenox, IL 60451; (815) 485-7880. Deadline: June 1.
  • July 16-27
    “Children’s Literature Institute.’' Bank Street College of Education. Seminars on criticism, scholarship, and methodology. $315 per graduate credit for a two-week course. There is a $35 fee for the conference if you are not enrolled in a course. Location: New York City. Contact: Madeleine Ray, BSCE, 610 W. 112th St., New York, NY 10025; (212) 222-6700, ext. 355. Deadline: July 1.
  • July 23-25
    “Learning from the Inside Out--BrainCompatible Learning Alternatives.’' For teachers, staff developers, and administrators. Includes day on neurolinguistic programming in education. $285. Location: Napa Valley, Calif. Contact: Judith Lloyd, MINDSIGHT, Suite 140, 277 E. Haven, New Lenox, IL 60451; (815) 485-7880. Deadline: June 15.
  • July 24-26
    “Video Expo Chicago.’' Knowledge Industry Publications Inc. An exposition and seminar program for video professionals. Four-day package: $795. Single day: $240. Half day: $135. Location: Chicago. Contact: Debbie Rotolo, KIPI, 701 Westchester Ave., White Plains, NY 10604; (800) 248-5474; in New York call (914) 328-9157. First come, first served.
  • July 29-August 3
    The following workshops are sponsored by the American Institute for Creative Education:

“Marine Environments.’' For K-12 teachers.

“Using Whole Language Strategies in Elementary Classrooms.’' For K-6 teachers.

“Innovations in Classroom Teaching.’' For K-12 teachers.

Cost for each workshop is $565, plus an additional $216 per course for three graduate credits. Price includes room and board. Location: Cape Cod, Mass. Contact: AICE, 23 University Dr., Augusta, ME 04330; (207) 622-5662 or (800) 448-5343. Deadline: May 30.

  • August 1-3
    “Learning from the Inside Out--BrainCompatible Learning Alternatives.’' For teachers, staff developers, and administrators. One day will be spent studying neurolinguistic programming in education. $285. Location: Lake Placid, N.Y. Contact: Judith Lloyd, MINDSIGHT, Suite 140, 277 E. Haven, New Lenox, IL 60451; (815) 485-7880. Deadline: June 29.
  • August 8-10
    ‘Learning from the Inside Out--BrainCompatible Learning Alternatives.’' For teachers, staff developers, and administrators. One day will be spent studying neurolinguistic programming in education. $285. Location: Toronto. Contact: Judith Lloyd, MINDSIGHT, Suite 140, 277 E. Haven, New Lenox, IL 60451; (815) 485-7880. Deadline: July 3.

--Compiled by Sharon K. Williams

A version of this article appeared in the May 01, 1990 edition of Teacher as Workshops


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