Teacher Professional Development
Ford’s Education provides dynamic learning experiences for educators. We craft our professional development programs to meet the needs of the evolving classroom. We value the wealth of knowledge teachers bring to the table and foster an atmosphere of sharing and collaboration. Our programs are robust, thought-provoking and hands on, so that teachers can translate what is learned at Ford’s, into tools for the classroom.
Professional Development Opportunities
Civil War Washington
The city of Washington was a complex, gritty, unfinished and precarious place during the Civil War. In this institute, connect with peers to illuminate new perspectives and under-told stories, explore historic sites and collect a wealth of resources.
Set In Stone
Learn about monuments and memorials in the nation’s capital and examine how we remember the Civil War in this week-long summer teacher program for 3rd- through 12th-grade teachers.
National Oratory Fellows
Join for a virtual Open House on Thursday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Inspired by Abraham Lincoln’s oratory, National Oratory Fellows are a network of teachers who cultivate student voices in Grades 5-8 by making public speaking a part of the everyday classroom experience. To register or for more program information, click the button below.