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Summer Courses and Institutes for Educators

Work toward a degree or professional development and still have time for that much-deserved vacation this summer!Graduate Summer Institutes for Teachers

Courses designed for you:

  • 1- and 2- week graduate/undergraduate courses/institutes
  • Convenient schedules
  • Online, hybrid and on campus options
  • Courses in Art, Biology, Education, English, History, Special Education and more!

View the complete list of Graduate and Continuing Education summer courses.

Register for summer courses 

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Institutes for Educators - GCE

One-Week Institutes
    (R=Thursday)
HIST 9005  Early Modern Travel Narrative 06/22/20 -
06/26/20, 5/26 - 6/26 (online)
M, T, W, R, F, 8:00AM-3:30PM
HIST 9210  Vietnam War: Inter Perspective 07/13/20 - 07/16/20, 7/13 - 8/7 (Hybrid/online) M, T, W, R, 8:30AM-3:30PM
EDUC 7205 G-Suite for Educators 07/20/20 - 07/24/20 M, T, R, F, 8AM-4PM, (online component on 7/22)
EDUC 7126 Teaching and Learning w/Multimedia and Mobile 07/27/20 - 07/31/20 M, T, R, F, 8AM-4PM, (online component on 7/29)
ART 7021   Intro Encaustic Art 07/27/20 - 07/31/20 M, T, R, F 9-5:30PM, W 9:30-12:30PM
ART 8100   Mixed-Media Encaustic Art 07/27/20 - 07/31/20 M, T, R, F 9-5:30PM, W 9:30-12:30PM

On-campus housing may available for the one week institutes in Summer B

(This will be based on whether the University holds in-person classes during Summer B term depending on public health guidelines.)  Students must register first to obtain a Banner ID number; approximately one week before the course begins, participating students' contact information will be sent to the Director of Student Housing for processing, invoicing, and payments. The cost is $45/night. Optional linen package is $20/week. Does not include meals, but lunch is available in Holmes dining hall, and continental breakfast is available in the Falcon Hub.

Summer 2020 Advanced Placement Institutes - Center for Professional Studies

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View and register for the Summer 2020 Advanced Placement Institutes through the Center for Professional Studies, 978-665-3636 or cps@fitchburgstate.edu
The Teacher Training Institutes are designed to support all aspects of AP courses, including AP methodology, curriculum, class assignments and examinations as well as providing strategies for teaching AP.

July 13 - 17, 2020

  • AP Chemistry
    Don Gribbons
  • AP English Literature
    Susan Pedone
  • AP Art & Design
    Claudia Michael
  • AP Biology
    Joan Carlson
  • AP English Language
    Patricia Fox
  • AP Environmental Science
    Brian Palm

July 20 - 24, 2020

  • AP Psychology
    Michael Hamilton
  • AP Calculus AB
    Dennis Donovan
  • AP US Government
    Bob Baker
  • AP Physics 1
    Jiang Yu
  • AP World History
    Lenore Schneider
  • AP Spanish Language
    Lourdes Rodriguez-Von Vogt
  • AP US History
    Anna Keegan

"I look forward to teaching the APSI at Fitchburg State University every July.  I have found the participants to be very enthusiastic, hard-working, and motivated to offer their students the best possible learning experience. Compared to other APSIs it is also very well organized and efficiently run, which makes the experience less stressful for consultants."
Jim Glinski, U.S. History Consultant

"My experience at the AP Summer Institute was great, and I truly believe I wouldn't have been able to teach the AP Art course in a way that gave my students the best advantage without the certification. I learned a lot about the grading process and what the jurors are looking for that I'm not sure I would have been teaching. I am very glad I took the time and the resources I gained helped me with teaching AP and my other classes as well."
Heather Falardeau, past participant

Courses and institutes are subject to change. 

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