2013 AP* Summer Institute Schedule
June 18-21, 2013
English Language and Composition
English Literature and Composition
U.S. Government and Politics
June 24-27, 2013
Update: June 15, 2013
A note to AP* Summer Institute Participants:
All registrations have been acknowledged via e-mail communication. Logistic information such as driving, parking, and check-in has also been e-mailed. If you have not received an invoice/receipt via e-mail, or an e-mail reminder about your registration, please contact Caren Custer to inquire as to your registration status [612.330.1391 or firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Check your registration status. This registration is by alpha order.
We regret that at this time we are closed to additional registrations.
Lodging During the AP* Summer Institute
Please note: the $700 workshop fee does not include lodging. Augsburg partnered with the Day’s Inn Hotel University Avenue to provide accommodations for AP* Summer Institute participants. Participants were responsible for making reservations directly with the Day’s Inn. A special rate of $72/night plus tax was guaranteed only through May 17, 2013. If you still need to reserve a room, please contact the Days Inn Group Sales at 612-623-9303, be sure to mention that you are with “Augsburg College Advanced Placement.” While the reservation deadline has passed, the Days Inn has indicated they will do their best to honor the rate as space allows for June 18-21, 2013.
The second week, June 24-27, 2013 has filled for the special rate.
The Augsburg Paideia Summer Institute
Paideia (Pie-day-uh) is a dynamic approach to teaching, rooted in Socratic teaching methods. Paideia Seminars can be used as an interdisciplinary strategy at all grade levels using classical and multicultural readings and art forms. The Augsburg Paideia Institute offers educators hands-on experience with seminars designed for participants to feel the excitement of learning through discussion and to gain ideas for implementing Paideia in their classroom.
Conceptual Mathematics Institute
The CMI is a program to increase the teaching and learning of K-8 mathematics. The participants of the program are K-8 teachers in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. The Institute is housed on the Augsburg College campus and organized by faculty members of the Mathematics and Education departments.
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