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Organization name: Folger
Keywords: teaching Shakespeare institute (ALL of these words -- matching substrings)
Division or office: Education Programs*
Date range: 1984-2016
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Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Jeremy Ehrlich (Project Director: March 2007 to October 2007)
Robert G. Young (Project Director: October 2007 to August 2009)

ES-50190-07
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2007 – 12/31/2008

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2008 Institute

A four-week institute for twenty-five secondary school teachers to examine Shakespeare's plays.

The Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2008, a four-week summer institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants, working with a faculty of resident and visiting scholars, resident actors, and curriculum consultants, will undertake an intensive examination of The Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado about Nothing, Richard III, and King Lear from the mutually illuminating perspectives of reading the texts closely, examining primary sources to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts, exploring the filmed versions and performance histories of the plays, and exploring performance possibilities. Participants will collaborate on new teaching strategies to be disseminated in classrooms and through the Folger website.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Robert G. Young (Project Director: March 2009 to June 2012)

ES-50295-09
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$228,315 (approved)
$228,315 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2009 – 12/31/2011

Funding details:
Original grant (2009) $218,315
Supplement (2010) $10,000

Folger Shakespeare Library's Teaching Shakespeare 2010 Institute

A four-week school teacher institute for twenty-five participants to examine Shakespeare's plays.

Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2010, a four-week summer institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants, working with a faculty of resident and visiting scholars, resident actors, and curriculum consultants, will undertake an intensive examination of I Henry IV, Twelfth Night, Measure for Measure, and Macbeth from the mutually illuminating perspectives of reading the texts closely, examining primary sources to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts, exploring the filmed versions and performance histories of the plays, and exploring performance possibilities. Participants will collaborate on new teaching strategies incorporating technology to be disseminated in classrooms and through the Folger website.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Robert G. Young (Project Director: March 2011 to September 2013)

ES-50400-11
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$225,222 (approved)
$187,767 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2011 – 12/31/2012

Folger Shakespeare Library's Teaching Shakespeare Institute

A four-week institute for twenty-five school teachers to examine Shakespeare's plays.

Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2012, a four-week summer institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants, working with a faculty of resident and visiting scholars, resident actors, and curriculum consultants, will undertake an intensive examination of PERICLES, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, and OTHELLO from the mutually illuminating perspectives of reading the texts closely, examining primary sources to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts, exploring the filmed versions and performance histories of the plays, and exploring performance possibilities. Participants will collaborate on new teaching strategies incorporating technology to be disseminated in classrooms and through the Folger website.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Lena Cowen Orlin (Project Director: April 1993 to November 1996)

EH-21722-93
Institutes for Higher Education Faculty
Education Programs

Totals:
$354,000 (approved)
$353,388 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/1993 – 6/30/1996

Programs for College and University Teachers of Shakespeare at the Folger Library, 1993-95

To support a two-year program consisting of a seven-week summer institute for 15 college and university faculty members, two intensive weekend seminars, and a teaching conference in 1995.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: June 1983 to October 1990)

ES-20842-84
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$173,187 (approved)
$173,187 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/1983 – 11/30/1984

Folger Shakespeare Library Summer Institute: Teaching Shakespeare in Secondary School

No project description available

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: May 1985 to October 1990)

ES-21079-85
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$311,343 (approved)
$311,343 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/1984 – 6/30/1987

Folger Shakespeare Library Institute: Teaching Shakespeare

To support one summer institute and follow-up activities to improve the the teaching and learning of Shakespeare in secondary schools. 50 teachers will study intensively with distinguished scholars, master teachers, and actors.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: May 1987 to May 1991)

ES-21515-88
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$203,334 (approved)
$203,088 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/1988 – 12/31/1990

Teaching Shakespeare's Language

To support a four-week summer institute to help 30 secondary school teachers ofShakespeare deal more effectively with his language. A follow-up conference will produce materials on Shakespeare's language for publication.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: May 1990 to April 1992)

ES-21789-90
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$215,000 (approved)
$215,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1989 – 8/30/1991

Funding details:
Original grant (1990) $0
Supplement (1990) $15,000

Teaching Shakespeare: Texts and Performances

To support a four-week summer institute for 25 secondary school teachers on textual and dramatic aspects of three Shakespeare tragedies. The institute will be held in Washington, D.C., and London, England.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: May 1990 to December 1992)

ES-22039-91
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$176,400 (approved)
$176,348 (awarded)

Grant period:
12/1/1990 – 6/30/1992

Teaching Shakespeare: The Texts of Comedy and Tragedy

To support a four-week national summer institute for 35 middle and high school English teachers to study HAMLET, KING LEAR, AS YOU LIKE IT, and THE WINTER'S TALE from the mutually illuminating perspectives of text and performance.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: March 1992 to October 1994)

ES-22377-92
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$210,700 (approved)
$210,700 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1992 – 4/30/1994

Folger Shakespeare Library: Teaching Shakespeare: An Institute in 1993

To support a four-week summer institute on four Shakespeare plays from historical, theatrical, and language study perspectives for 35 middle and high school English teachers from across the nation.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Robert G. Young (Project Director: March 2013 to August 2013)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: August 2013 to May 2015)

ES-50536-13
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$195,000 (approved)
$195,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2013 – 12/31/2014

Teaching Shakespeare

A four-week institute for twenty-five school teachers on William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and Romeo and Juliet, to be held at the Folger Shakespeare Library.

The Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2014, a four-week institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants, working with a faculty of resident and visiting scholars, resident actors and theater specialists, and curriculum consultants, will undertake an intensive study of the intellectual, pedagogical, and theatrical challenges of two of Shakespeare’s plays, TWELFTH NIGHT and ROMEO AND JULIET, as well as acquaint them with digital resources that can be employed to better engage and resolve them within the classroom. Participants and faculty will approach these works via primary resources in order to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts; study production history (especially on film) to examine the play text’s live medium; engage in theatrical practice in order to convey the necessity of strong and well-considered interpretation; and explore new pedagogical technologies, including digital editions of the plays.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Margaret H. O'Brien (Project Director: February 2015 to May 2017)

ES-231238-15
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$200,109 (approved)
$200,109 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2015 – 12/31/2016

Teaching Shakespeare

A four-week institute for twenty-five school teachers on William Shakespeare’s Othello, The Tempest, and The Merchant of Venice.

The Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2016, a four-week institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants will undertake an intensive study of the intellectual, pedagogical, and theatrical challenges of three Shakespeare plays, OTHELLO, THE TEMPEST, and THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, with an emphasis on what these plays have meant in American history. Working with a faculty of scholars, theater professionals, and mentor teachers, the participants will explore successful strategies for teaching these plays, while creating new materials to use in their own classrooms and share with other teachers around the country. Participants and institute faculty will approach these works via primary resources in order to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts; study production history; engage in theatrical practice; and explore digital collections in order to bring the plays across to a new generation of high school students.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Michael C. Lomonico (Project Director: September 2007 to November 2009)

EZ-50232-08
Faculty Humanities Workshops
Education Programs

Totals:
$68,845 (approved)
$68,845 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2008 – 3/31/2009

2008 Tour of Teaching Shakespeare Institutes

Two regional one-week workshops, serving thirty teachers in Lincoln, Nebraska, and another thirty in the greater Atlanta area, coupling performance-based and primary source approaches to the teaching of two plays of Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Romeo and Juliet.

In the summer of 2008, the Folger Shakespeare Library will organize and offer week-long faculty humanities workshops on Teaching Shakespeare in Lincoln, Nebraska and Greater Atlanta, Georgia. We are coordinating these workshops for secondary school teachers of English, drama, and humanities with local partners, including the University of Nebraska?Lincoln, the Georgia Council of Teachers of English, and Kennesaw State University in Georgia. The 2008 tour allows us to expand the institutes to the Southeastern and Midwest United States?areas where the Folger has had little reach in the past. We ask the National Endowment for the Humanities to consider a grant of $68,845 to support this regional tour of Teaching Shakespeare institutes.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 1993 to August 1995)

ES-22527-93
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$210,700 (approved)
$210,700 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1993 – 4/30/1995

Folger Shakespeare Library: Teaching Shakespeare Institute 1994

To support a four-week national summer institute on four Shakespeare plays from the perspectives of history, theater, and language study for 35 middle and high school English teachers. .

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 1995 to September 1997)

ES-22861-95
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$210,000 (approved)
$210,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1995 – 4/30/1997

Folger Shakespeare Library: Teaching Shakespeare Institute 1996

To support a national four-week summer institute on Shakespeare's MACBETH, AS YOU LIKE IT, RICHARD II, and THE TEMPEST for 35 middle and high school teachersof English literature.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 1997 to January 2000)

ES-23017-97
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$150,000 (approved)
$150,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1997 – 4/30/1999

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 1998 Institute

To support a four-week institute for 25 high school teachers to study Shakespeare.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 1999 to April 2001)

ES-23082-99
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$169,983 (approved)
$169,983 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1999 – 12/31/2000

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2000 Institute

A four-week national institute for 26 school teachers on Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, ROMEO AND JULIET, KING LEAR, and MACBETH.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 2001 to December 2003)

ES-23146-01
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$175,000 (approved)
$174,996 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2001 – 6/30/2003

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2002 Institute

A four-week national institute for 26 school teachers to study Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT, HAMLET, OTHELLO, and THE WINTER'S TALE and related primary sources, scholarship, and performance dimensions.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Janet M. Field-Pickering (Project Director: March 2003 to September 2006)

ES-50012-03
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$178,200 (approved)
$178,200 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2003 – 6/30/2005

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2004 Institute

A four-week institute for 25 school teachers to study sources, scholarship, and performance dimensions of three of Shakespeare's plays.

Folger Shakespeare Library admin by Trustees of Amherst College (Washington, DC 20003-1004)
Jeremy Ehrlich (Project Director: March 2005 to February 2008)

ES-50098-05
Institutes for K-12 Educators
Education Programs

Totals:
$180,858 (approved)
$180,845 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2005 – 6/30/2007

Folger Shakespeare Library Teaching Shakespeare 2006 Institute

A four-week institute for twenty-five secondary school teachers to examine Shakespeare's plays and sonnets.

The Folger Shakespeare Library proposes Teaching Shakespeare 2006, a four-week summer institute for secondary school teachers. A group of 25 participants, working with a faculty of resident and visiting scholars, resident actors, and curriculum consultants, will undertake an intensive examination of Julius Caesar, Macbeth, The Tempest, and the Sonnets from the mutually illuminating perspectives of reading the texts closely, examining primary sources to reconstruct historical and cultural contexts, exploring the filmed versions and performance histories of the plays, and exploring performance possibilities. Participants will collaborate on new teaching strategies to be disseminated in classrooms and through the Teaching Shakespeare Website.