2006 Summer Institute Photos

Each summer institute consists of 10 full days of professional development activities, which include content instruction by a master scholar, master teacher workshops, and cultural institution presentations.

Class takes place at a variety of local historic sites, museums, libraries, and repositories in the greater Florence, Clemson, and Columbia areas. Each day will have a different location that matches the content of the master scholar sessions, and each summer institute will feature local cultural institutions. Below are a few images of our 2006 Summer Institute participates while attending the program.

Pee Dee
At Kensington Mansion
Lowcountry Teachers Get a Close Look at Primary Sources
Pee Dee Teachers at the Florence Library
A Midlands Teacher Rides the Train
At the Charleston Museum
FDR and James Byrnes
Midlands Teachers Get A Behind the Scenes Tour of South Caroliniana Library
Lowcountry Master Teacher Mike Kreft Enjoying the Collection at the Charleston Museum
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of South Carolina Department of Archives and History
At the Confederate Relic Room
At Fort Moultrie
Master Teacher Kim Harrelson Instructs Pee Dee Teachers on Using Music In Their Classrooms
Midlands Teachers Get a Close Look at The Relic Room's Collection
Lowcountry Teachers Look Through Primary Sources at the Avery Research Center
Teachers Listen to a Lecture at the Murchison School
FDR Tells Teachers About His New Deal Programs
Master Scholar Paul Anderson Teaches His Lesson on the USS Yorktown
Touring Bennettsville
FDR Has a Q&A Session With the Midlands Teachers
Touring Patriots Point
Local Bennettsville Historian Bill Kinney Shows the Pee Dee Teachers the Sites of the Town
Teachers Explore Lake Greenwood
Group Photo At Patriots Point
Touring the Florence Museum
Master Teacher Tim Hicks Giving a Lesson
Museum Exhibits Are Great Ways to Think of Lesson Ideas!
Teachers Were Encouraged to Take Photographs of Materials That Might Be Useful In Their Classrooms
Teachers Chat with Master Scholar Paul Anderson
Lowcountry Teachers Serenade Paul with a Song Set to the 'Gilligan's Island' Theme
A Pee Dee Teacher Looking at an Exhibit