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    Cedars in the Pines: A Global, Differentiated Curriculum that Engages All Learners
    This site hosts a curriculum that teaches students about North Carolina while raising their awareness of the global nature of our state.The curriculum will accompany a DVD entitled "Cedars in thePines" that is available now, and an exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of History that opens in 2014. Tiered lessons, problem-based learning, Paideia seminars, learning contracts, and documentary film study providemotivation for examining North Carolina through global eyes. The curriculum addresses both Common Core Standards and theEssential Standards of the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, particularly for 4th and 8th grade social studies.
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Tuesday, June 4

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    Khayrallah Lebanese-American Studies Program at
    North Carolina State University
    announces the
    2013 Summer Institute for Educators on "The Lebanese in North Carolina"
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    across North Carolina
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    Enjoy Lebanese food and cultural events, meet educators from multiple disciplines from across the state, and share your ideas for using and enhancing the curriculum that will accompany the Museum of History exhibit.
    Scholarships are limited, and include the cost of lodging at a nearby hotel on Monday evening (if needed), meals, and materials. Apply using the "Summer Institute Scholarship Form." {Summer Institute Scholarship Application.pdf}
    Deadline for applications to be submitted on-line is WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. Participants will be notified of acceptance by FRIDAY, MAY 10.
    Any
    Any questions may
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    at: akhater@ncsu.edu If the application form does not upload properly, submit it to akhater@ncsu.edu.
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    Cedars in the Pines: A Global, Differentiated Curriculum that Engages All Learners
    This site hosts a curriculum that teaches students about North Carolina while raising their awareness of the global nature of our state.The curriculum will accompany a DVD entitled "Cedars in thePines" that is available now, and an exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of History that opens in 2014. Tiered lessons, problem-based learning, Paideia seminars, learning contracts, and documentary film study providemotivation for examining North Carolina through global eyes. The curriculum addresses both Common Core Standards and theEssential Standards of the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, particularly for 4th and 8th grade social studies.
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Wednesday, April 3

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    Scholarships are limited, and include the cost of lodging at a nearby hotel on Monday evening (if needed), meals, and materials. Apply using the "Summer Institute Scholarship Form." {Summer Institute Scholarship Application.pdf}
    Deadline for applications to be submitted on-line is WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. Participants will be notified of acceptance by FRIDAY, MAY 10.
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    Akram Khater, Director of Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at North Carolina State University.
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    Khayrallah Lebanese-American Studies Program at
    North Carolina State University
    announces the
    2013 Summer Institute for Educators on "The Lebanese in North Carolina"
    Join other educators from across North Carolina
    Monday, JUNE 24 (4:30 pm.) - Tuesday, JUNE 25 (4:30 p.m.)
    at NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
    To learn about
    Curricular ideas for teaching about North Carolina through a global perspective
    Strategies for differentiating the study of North Carolina for varied learners
    A 2014 exhibit on Lebanese in North Carolina at the Museum of History
    The history and contributions of Lebanese in North Carolina
    The role of Oral History in the K-12 Classroom
    Enjoy Lebanese food and cultural events, meet educators from multiple disciplines from across the state, and share your ideas for using and enhancing the curriculum that will accompany the Museum of History exhibit.
    Scholarships are limited, and include the cost of lodging at a nearby hotel on Monday evening (if needed), meals, and materials. Apply using the "Summer Institute Scholarship Form." Deadline for applications to be submitted on-line is MONDAY, APRIL 22. Participants will be notified of acceptance by WEDNESDAY, MAY 1.
    Any questions may be directed to Dr. Akram Khater, Director of Middle East Studies Program,
    North Carolina State University. E-Mail: akhater@ncsu.edu

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