Visual Literacy as a Tool for Cultural Proficiency in the Classroom: El Salvador as a Case Study is a professional development immersion, 3-credit course for teachers in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Through an immersive experience, teachers learn visual literacy skills, practice global cultural awareness and develop a deep understanding of the culture, history, and art of the Central American region.
Participants: 7-9. Open to all K-12 teachers in MD/DC/VA
Includes: 3-credit course, shared housing at Lake Coatepeque, all meals, and all in-country transportation. Transportation from airport available in groups on arrival and departure days.
Early Bird Registration May 15, 2018: $1,900
Registration Deadline June 1st, 2018: $2,095