EU in NC Study Tours
For information about our 2017-18 EU in NC tours, please visit our archived page.
About EU in NC
The “EU in NC” Study Tours are intensive, development experiences for educators from across North Carolina. The Tours provide K-12, community college, and HBCU/MSI educators with in-depth knowledge of Europe critical for developing lesson plans and finding resources for teaching about contemporary Europe. The tours include meetings, discussions, and interactive sessions with faculty experts and practitioners in the Triangle on contemporary Europe and the EU. These sessions will both inform educators about European topics, and show them how to integrate content learned into the classroom.
Study tour participants receive certification of two continuing education credits and approximately 20 hours of professional development, provided they complete the post-tour lesson plan and module creation.
Meals and hotel accommodations are provided for the tour. Partial mileage reimbursement is available to selected applicants.
Resources: Past Programs and Lesson Plans
EU in NC 2020 will be hosted at UNC Chapel Hill on March 6-7, 2020
This EU in NC Study Tour was catered toward educators that teach Europe & the EU in advanced high school classrooms, including:
And other similar courses
Full schedule of the workshop can be found here.
Lesson plans created from the workshop can be found on our Lesson Plan Page
CC & HBCU/MSI FACULTY ON THE MAY 18-19 STUDY TOUR
On the Tour:
“I will recommend this tour to my Colleagues! Biggest take away: I have great ideas to help fully add an EU component to the courses for Global Scholar Program! Great Job!” – 2017 Participant
On the specific session, “21st Century Varieties of Capitalism” with John D. Stephens:
“This was excellent. I learned far more that I expected in such a short period of time. I’m especially appreciative of having such a knowledgeable presenter who puts things in context and offered exampled to clearly explain the content.” – 2017 Participant
Community college and HBCU/MSI faculty listen to a tour of European art at the Ackland Art Museum on May 19.
Educators outside the Varsity Theater on Franklin Street, before a screening of the documentary Fire at Sea.
John D. Stephens lectures on varieties of capitalism in the 21st century, and what it means for Europe.
THIS STUDY TOUR IS FUNDED BY A GRANT FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION.