Welcome to UChicago Educator Outreach
The University of Chicago offers a wide variety of programming for K-12 and post-secondary educators and their students through many different organizations on campus such as the area studies centers, the Smart Museum of Art, the Oriental Institute and the Neighborhood Schools Program. This site is a collaborative effort by these affiliates to make it easy to stay informed about professional development programs and to connect to resources. We invite you to:
- Look through our list of affiliated centers, museums, and organizations to see what each has to offer K-12 and post-secondary teachers and students.
- Use our events calendar to find upcoming educator workshops or schools programs.
- Contact an outreach coordinator at one of our centers to discuss collaboration, find a speaker or student assistant for your class, or suggest a new resource.
We’re glad you found us and we look forward to hearing from you!
Latest News and Announcements
The SESAME Program at the University of Chicago - Summer 2019
The SESAME Program at the University of Chicago offers a variety of mathematics and cience content courses that place a strong emphasis on content and the conceptual foundations of the subject, along with strategies and pedagogical techniques for bringing this content to the classroom. For more information on the courses available this Summer please see: http://math.uchicago.edu/sesame/
Attention All Educators! Save the Date for IEC 11
University of Chicago - 11th Annual International Education Conference Friday, February 1, 2019 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM University of Chicago Campus, Hyde Park
Nov. 14 Workshop at ED: Global Competencies for Career Success
On the occasion of International Education Week 2018, IFLE is organizing a mini-summit on November 14th at the U.S. Department of Education aimed at helping teachers and schools incorporate global competencies into their career, technical, and STEM education programs. This event is a joint initiative of IFLE, ED’s International Affairs Office, and ED’s Powered by Teach to Lead initiative.