Curriculum unit archive from Teachers Institute of Philadelphia
Posted by University of Pennsylvania on June 25, 2019
Teacher’s Institute of Philadelphia enables public school teachers from around Philadelphia to enroll in semester-long seminars taught by university professors. During the seminars, teachers engage intensively with a topic that is on the cutting-edge of knowledge in the sciences, arts, humanities or social sciences, and write an original curriculum unit based on what they have learned. Teachers then implement their units in the classroom and share them with their colleagues through an online curriculum repository.
Visit the Curriculum Units archive on the TIP website to view and download units and lesson plans across a variety of grade bands and subject areas.
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