ABC Project Teacher Training 2017 for CPS Teachers
Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 8:30 AM (CST)
ABC Project: Action-Based Communities engages 4th-8th grade students in “civic learning through doing.” Participating students collaborate to identify and address a problem in their community; create web-based presentations of their work; and share their recommendations with local experts and policymakers.
ABC Project teacher training on February 23th, 2017 will be led by Chicago Public School teachers who have participated in the program. Attending teachers will receive all of the materials necessary to lead the program with students as well as many useful strategies and ideas for successfully implementing the program in the classroom.
Teachers who attend training also have the opportunity to receive:
• A free set of ABC Project classroom materials
• Reimbursement of Registration Fee
• Reimbursement for Sub Coverage
• Support for implementing the program in the classroom
• An opportunity for their students to present a completed project at a hearing in May 2017
*Please note this training is available ONLY to Chicago Public School teachers.
For more information, contact
Jessica Chethik at (312) 663-9057 x218, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney Battle at (312) 663-9057 x201, or email@example.com
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Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago
Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago (CRFC) strengthens American democracy by providing elementary and secondary students with hands-on learning about the Constitution to prepare them for informed civic engagement. Nonprofit and nonpartisan, CRFC develops and delivers interactive programming, classroom-tested professional development, and problem-based curricula that address rights and responsibilities, law, and policy. Founded in 1974, CRFC is an independent 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Chicago.