Pro Workshops for Teachers

Responding to requests from educational leaders, the John Marshall Foundation has developed a number of professional development workshops ranging in length from one-half day to three days. These workshops are designed for secondary history, civics, government and social studies teachers. In partnership with APVA–Preservation Virginia, the State Library of Virginia, the Office of Tourism at the Virginia State Capitol, and the Supreme Court of Virginia, the John Marshall Foundation immerses teachers in a variety of experiences designed to enhance their knowledge of the many rich resources available to them to support their teaching about the judiciary, and about John Marshall’s life and legacy in particular. Workshops are closely aligned with National and State Standards of Learning for secondary history, government and social studies. The John Marshall Foundation works to tailor these workshops into the timeframes and particular needs of various school districts.

From left to right, the educational team partnering under the VLF grant are Debra Prillaman, Greg Ownby, Barbara Schneider, Lucretia Carrico, Cheryl Ragsdale, Tim Isaacs, Tom Kennedy and Mike Pace.



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