We welcome applications from curious, motivated and trailblazing K-12 educators from all disciplines who are interested in partnering with their students and communities to co-create change for these times.
Environmental Literacy, Global Competence & Design Thinking for Civic Action
Our year-long program begins with a 3-5 day summer institute that creates space for learning, planning, and collaboration with CISP teacher leaders, university faculty, sustainability professionals, and community leaders. Teachers may participate in follow-up field studies, webinars, and coaching sessions during the school year. The program culminates with a student showcase of their civic action projects in the Spring.
For more information about the program, please check the FAQ section, contact your CISP Regional Director, or contact the CISP Program Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prerequisites for Program Participants:
1. A minimum of 1 year teaching experience in the school you will return to in the Fall of 2018.
2. Curiosity about global competence, environmental literacy, and pedagogies that promote agency (Whole Child pedagogy, project-based learning, design thinking, action research, service learning, etc.).
3. Motivation and availability to dedicate the time needed for ongoing transformative professional learning, including self-reflection and communication that transcends the walls of your classroom.
To apply, complete the online registration form for the CISP program in your region (click on the program you want to attend):
Sonoma: North Bay International Studies Project -- July 17-19, 2018 & Sept. 30 & Dec. 15, 2018
Oakland: Bay Area Global Education Project (BAGEP) -- July 30 - August 2, 2018 & March 14, 2019
Long Beach: CISP at Long Beach -- June 25-29, 2018
Fullerton: Fullerton International Resources for Schools and Teachers (FIRST) -- June 26-28, 2018
San Diego: International Studies Teacher Education Project (ISTEP) -- June 7, 8, 11 & 12, 2018 & December 1, 2018