Inland Empire Council for the Social Studies
        Bringing Social Studies to Teachers in the Inland Empire

              A California Council for the Social Studies Affiliate




   

    Bringing Social Studies to

ms    


A California Council for the Social Studies Affiliate                          

Teach Like a Pirate! Featuring Dave Burgess: Educators of Excellence Annual Awards Dinner

  • 05 Dec 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • CSU San Bernardino - Obershaw Dining Room, 5500 University Pkwy., San Bernardino

Registration

  • Registration fee of $30 includes the dinner, presentation by Dave Burgess, and teacher awards.
    Registration Deadline: November 20, 2013
    University parking fee of $5 is payable at entrance kiosk.

Awardee registrations are complimentary but they must register.
Registration is closed

This year's Annual Awards Dinner Honoring Social Studies Educators of Excellence in the Inland Empire features Dave Burgess, author of Teach Like a Pirate and popular presenter of “Outrageous Teaching” seminars. Mr. Burgess is a highly sought after professional development speaker, well known for his creative, entertaining, and outrageously energetic style. His workshops, seminars, and keynotes inspire teachers and help them develop practical ways to become more creative and engaging in the classroom. He is an award-winning U.S. history teacher at West Hills High School in San Diego, California, where he has taught for sixteen years. He specializes in teaching hard-to-reach, hard-to-motivate students with techniques that incorporate showmanship and creativity. “Like, pirating, teaching is an adventure full of challenges and excitement. Your approach can mean the difference between being shipwrecked on Burnout Island or finding buried treasure.

This celebration of social studies success in the Inland Empire is not to be missed. Acknowledge the terrific work of your colleagues by nominating one of them for recognition and enjoy a terrific evening of laughter and fun co-sponsored by Riverside County Office of Education, San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools, and the Inland Empire Council for Social Studies.

© Inland Empire Council for the Social Studies
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software