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FANTASTIC FOLDABLES                                                                                          NO. TEA412 
This workshop offers classroom teachers, home-school instructors, and teacher candidates practical examples for using foldables across the curriculum. Participants will learn to build and modify basic folds and will leave with 25 completed foldables to use immediately. Emphasis is on integrating the Common Core standards in multiple curricular areas. Suitable for those teaching grades 1-5.

Dates and Time: Two Wednesdays, February 12 and 19, 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Innovation Pointe, First Floor Classroom, 318 Main Street, downtown Evansville
Registration Fee: $60, includes materials

WEEBLY FOR TEACHERS                                                                                            NO. TEA423
Participants will be introduced to the free website creator Weebly and all of its features and capabilities. Practical uses in the classroom will discussed and samples will be given. Teachers will then have time to create the basic structure and template for their own website and will leave with a usable site and the information to continue to post/update it.

Date and Time: Thursday, March 20, 6 to 9 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $40

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INFOGRAPHICS FOR CLASSROOMS                                                                         NO. TEA422
Participants will explore the practical use of infographics in the classroom for research, presentations, projects, and instruction. Teachers will have structured work time to create an infographic of their own so that they can learn first-hand how to design one.

Date and Time: Wednesday, April 16, 6 to 9 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $40

29TH ANNUAL HERITAGE ARTISIANS DAYS                                                                             
Plan to join us in Historic New Harmony for the 29th annual Heritage Artisans Days!Demonstrators will share 19th century local history. Demonstrations will include soap making, silhouette cutting, wood carving, and beekeeping. The oxen and period musicians will return. Be sure to schedule time with our “19th century doctor” at historic Murphy Auditorium.

New this year: Online registration! Registrations that are sent to Historic New Harmony by Saturday, April 1 will receive a discount.

View a video of the event and find standards alignment information.

For more information, contact MeLissa Williams, visitor services coordinator in Historic New Harmony, at 812/682-4474 or

Historic New Harmony is a unified program of the University of Southern Indiana and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. Its office is part of USI's Division of Outreach and Engagement.

Dates and Time: April 23-25, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: New Harmony, Indiana
Registration Fees: Children (ages 7-17): $5, Adults: $10, Families: $25, Groups: $5 per person (pre-registration only)

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ED2GO FOR EDUCATORS                                                                                                         
Now educators can enroll in short online courses tailored to their needs and available 24 hours a day. New courses begin every month, cost $90, and consist of two lessons and two quizzes each week. Upon completion of the final exam, participants can print a certificate of completion. Access to each week’s lessons expires after two weeks, meaning courses can take up to eight weeks to complete. Topics include technology integration, SMART Boards, creating a classroom web site, working with ESL/EFL students, classroom Spanish, Singapore Math Strategies, reading and writing strategies, GRE and Praxis I preparation, classroom management, science teaching, grant writing, leadership, and strategies for working with students with autism or ADHD. To view current offerings, visit and select Teaching and Education. Call 812/464-1989 with questions.

COLLEGE ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                              

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The University of Southern Indiana’s College Achievement Program (CAP) offers concurrent credit to outstanding junior and senior students in more than two dozen area high schools. Through CAP, students meet high school graduation requirements and earn college credits, all while in their high school classroom during the regular school day. CAP courses are taught by high school instructors who meet the same criteria as USI adjunct faculty, and more than 40 courses in English, history, biology, chemistry, economics, foreign language, health professions,
journalism, and math are available. Many of the CAP courses transfer easily utilizing the Indiana Core Transfer Library (CTL). More than half of CAP courses are on the dual credit priority list, cost $25/credit hour, and fulfill the new state standards for the Academic Honors Diploma. The College Achievement Program is one of only five concurrent enrollment programs in Indiana accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) and one of 80+ accredited programs in the nation. Visit the CAP website to learn more about the college courses offered in your area high school,,or email for further information.
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