Calendar 2002 - 2003 > July 7 - July 11, 2003

OUSD Teaching American History Grant
Summer Institute, UC Berkeley
Schedule, Monday, July 7 - Friday, July 11, 2003

Monday
July 7

Tuesday
July 8

Wednesday
July 9

Thursday
July 10
Friday
July 11

AM (8:30-12)

Speaker:
Caroline Cox, University of the Pacific link

“Seasons of Discontent: The Constitution in its Social and Cultural Context”


Working with the common assignment – what would be an exemplary paper?

AM (8:30-12)

Speaker:
Robin Einhorn, UC Berkeley link

“Founding Documents”


Using primary sources to help students understand text.

AM (8:30-12)

Speaker:
Jack Rakove, Stanford University link

“Declaring Rights”


Identifying historical arguments – analyzing the presentations.

 

AM (8:30-12)

Speaker:
Charles Postel, UC Berkeley

“Labor History and the Struggle for Democracy”


Lesson study meeting time.

 

AM (8:30-12)

Speaker:
Rachel Reinhard, UC Berkeley

“Making Voting Rights a Reality in Mississippi”


Summarizing the week – content, theme, and methodology.

A metaphor and a visual.l

 

Lunch
(12:00-1:00)
Lunch
(12:00-1:00)
Lunch
(12:00-1:00)
Lunch
(12:00-1:00)
Lunch
(12:00-1:00)

PM (1-3:30)

Working with the common assignments: reading and analyzing student work. Implications for teaching and learning.

 

PM (1-3:30)

Lesson Study meeting time for autumn lesson study.

 

PM (1-3:30)

Teaching about democracy and the practice of history– what ideas from the presentations will go into your instruction?

PM (1-3:30)

Lesson Study and Library time.

Link to UC Berkeley Library

PM (1-3:30)

Lesson study questions.

Evaluation