CCC America Summer Institute 2011

All CCC America Teachers attend Summer Institute 2011 – at the ESC and WRHS
June 20-29 and July 25 and 26

Monday: June 20
Theme: Landscape as History
Presenter: Mark Tebeau, Ph.D.
Conserving Landscapes, Methods for Teaching

Theme: Recovering the City: Physically and Figuratively
Presenter: Mark Souther, Ph.D.
Physically: Urban renewal, slum clearance, interstate highways, neighborhood conservation, shrinking cities, historic preservation
Figuratively: tour guides, postcards, guide books, cognitive mapping, curating the city

Tuesday, June 21
Theme: Waterways
Presenter: John Grabowski, Ph.D.
The “Democratization” of Water

Theme: Natural and Manmade Landscapes
Presenter: Mark Souther, Ph.D.
Doan Brook and Dugway Brook Watersheds

Wednesday, June 22
Field Experience: Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Presenter: Dr. Harvey Webster
Landscapes and the Environmental History of Northeast Ohio

Field Experience: Cleveland Museum of Art
Presenter: Dale Hilton and Laura Martin, Ph.D.
Landscapes in Art

Field Experience: Landscapes and Neighborhoods
Presenter: Mark Souther, Ph.D.
Doan Brook Lower Watershed, Forest Hill Park, Lake View Cemetery, Euclid Heights Allotment

Thursday, June 23
Field Experience: Industrial Cleveland
Presenters: Staff of the GM Parma Stamping Plant

Field Experience: Industrial Cleveland
Presenter: Capt. Wayne Bratton, The “Holiday” Charter Boat, Trident Marine

Friday, June 24
Theme: Digital Storytelling as Historical Thinking
Presenter: Mark Tebeau, Ph.D.
Advanced Mobile Apps Training
Presenter: Erin Bell

Monday, June 27
Theme: Digital Storytelling in the Classroom and Community
Presenters: Adam McElwain and Shannon Conley-Kurjian

Tuesday, June 28
Digital Storytelling and Research

Wednesday, June 29
Digital Narration and Script Writing

July 25 and July 26 – Final Presentations of Mobile Apps Digital Storytelling – ESC