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Free Seminars on Cultural Topics for Teachers, the Public at CCC

 

Throughout Spring 2011, Camden County College’s Center for Civic Leadership and Responsibility has been offering dozens of tuition-free seminars that allow certified New Jersey teachers to earn required professional development hours in a range of subjects. Each of these options also is open – tuition-free as well – to community members.

 

The Center has assembled these seminars into five-week mini-courses, with each installment focusing on a particular topic within a theme. Participants may attend any number of seminars in any number of mini-courses, all at no charge for tuition.

 

Scheduled during the second half of the semester are: “The ‘V’ Word – Vampires in Literature & Pop Culture: Ghouls & Devils” (March 22); “Treasures from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia: How Do Scientists Use Bones to Solve Crimes?” (March 22); “Harry Potter and the Humanistic Learning Model: Overview of the Humanistic Learning Model” (March 22); “Who Put That Math in My History?: The Math Behind the Myth” (March 23); “Korea – The Forgotten War: The Origins of the Cold War and Korean War” (March 23); “Hawaii Five Know: Hawai’I – The Way It Was” (March 24); “Green Energy/Green Earth – How to Save Money While Saving the Planet: A Sustainable Lifestyle” (March 24); “Introduction to the World of Theatre: Early Theatrical Traditions” (March 26); “The ‘V’ Word – Vampires in Literature & Pop Culture: The House Vlad Built” (March 29); “Treasures from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia: The Historical Medical Library” (March 29); “Harry Potter and the Humanistic Learning Model: Hogwarts as a Liberal Arts Institution” (March 29); “Who Put That Math in My History?: The Math of the Founding Fathers” (March 30); “Korea – The Forgotten War: Historical Collision – Truman vs. MacArthur” (March 30); “Hawaii Five Know: Aloha Aina – A Love of the Land Hawai’ian Style” (March 31) and “Green Energy/Green Earth – How to Save Money While Saving the Planet: Sustainably Performing Homes” (March 31); “American Television: The Origins of Television – The Message is the Medium” (April 1); “Introduction to the World of Theatre: The Elizabethan Theatre” (April 2); “The ‘V’ Word – Vampires in Literature & Pop Culture: Children of the Night” (April 5); “Treasures from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia: The Science Behind the Sideshow” (April 5); “Harry Potter and the Humanistic Learning Model: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Part 1” (April 5); “Who Put That Math in My History?: The Quadratic Quandary – So Many Methods, So Little Time” (April 6); “Korea – The Forgotten War: Ridgeway Takes Command” (April 6); “Hawaii Five Know: Exploration, Exploitation and Ethnicity – Infusion of the Hawai’ian Lands” (April 7); “Green Energy/Green Earth – How to Save Money While Saving the Planet: The Smart Grid of Tomorrow, Today” (April 7); “American Television: Advertising and the Golden Age of Network Television” (April 8); “Introduction to the World of Theatre: Theatre Around the World” (April 9); “The ‘V’ Word – Vampires in Literature & Pop Culture: Lost Boys” (April 12); “Treasures from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia: Body Modification” (April 12); “Harry Potter and the Humanistic Learning Model: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Part II” (April 12); “Who Put That Math in My History?: Cryptography from Caesar to Enigma” (April 13); “Korea – The Forgotten War: Negotiations and Stalemate” (April 13); “Hawaii Five Know: Sea Talk – From Pristine to Polluted” (April 14); “Green Energy/Green Earth – How to Save Money While Saving the Planet: Transportation in a Carbon-Limited Future” (April 14); “American Television: Hollywood on the Little Screen” (April 15); “Introduction to the World of Theatre: The Rise of Regional Theatres in the United States” (April 16); “Who Put That Math in My History?: Incorporating Math through the Year” (April 20); “Korea – The Forgotten War: Truce and Aftermath” (April 20); “Hawaii Five Know: The Struggle to Recover” (April 21); “Green Energy/Green Earth – How to Save Money While Saving the Planet: The Role of Energy Legislation in Revitalizing the U.S. Economy” (April 21); “American Television: Cowboys, Cops, Doctors and Lawyers” (April 22); “The ‘V’ Word – Vampires in Literature & Pop Culture: Requiem” (April 26); “Harry Potter and the Humanistic Learning Model: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” (April 26); “American Television: Television News, Politics and Social Change” (April 29); “Introduction to the World of Theatre: The Broadway Musical” (April 30) and “Treasures from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia: Visit to Mutter Museum and Historical Library” (April 30).

 

For seminar times/locations and to register, visit www.camdencc.edu/civiccenter; call (856) 227-7200, ext. 4333; or e-mail CCLRregistrations@camdencc.edu.


Published: March 07, 2011