Summer at Bryn Mawr
Summer Camps at Bryn Mawr: Play hard, have fun!
The Bryn Mawr School offers summer sports and creative camps for boys and girls, ages 3-17. Enjoy soccer, field hockey, basketball, dance, crafts, astronomy, imaginative play, jump-ropping, and more! A free extended-day program is available, as are lunch and snacks.
Bryn Mawr Teaching and Learning Institute: Summer Academic Courses
Bryn Mawr is pleased to offer four exciting new summer academic courses to students from Bryn Mawr and other area schools. These courses will allow students to explore areas of intellectual interest that are not offered during the regular academic year. Learn more…
U.S. History Summer Institute
This summer, The Bryn Mawr School is pleased to host the second-annual U.S. History Summer Institute for teachers. This professional development opportunity will provide essential content knowledge and state-of-the-field United States history topics to high school U.S. History teachers. Learn more…
Teacher Workshop: Independent School Teaching in the 21st Century
In July 2013, The Bryn Mawr School will once again be offering an exciting professional development program entitled “Introduction to Independent School Teaching in the Twenty-First Century.” The purpose of this program is to provide an overview of key elements of independent school-teaching for teachers with zero to five years of independent school teaching. Learn more…
Teaching Workshop: Baltimore - Beyond "The Wire"
This innovative workshop will be led by Bryn Mawr history teacher Julie Clark, who will share her experiences in teaching her popular elective course “Charm City: Down to the Wire”. There will be several guest speakers and participants will be provided with readings, teaching and assessment ideas, and other resources. The workshop is especially appropriate for teachers of courses in U.S. history, Maryland and Baltimore history, and related elective courses, but all are welcome! Learn more...
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