Welcome to the Teacher Institute Fall 2018 Programming Interest Form!


This Fall, The Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute will run three programs geared toward educators in grades 3-8. Please let us know which programs you may be interested in attending. We will contact you once registration is open. 


Building Our Nation: Whose Voices Were Heard?


September 15

Whose voices were heard—and unheard—as our new nation developed? Meet an enslaved African American, a middling sort woman, and a Founder. The day will culminate with the opportunity to attend a program featuring Thomas Jefferson and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Gordon Wood.


Cost: $95 per person


My Life, My Work, My Home


October 6-7

During this weekend workshop, discover what it was like to live in colonial America. Compare and contrast how people in the various levels of 18th-century society lived, worked, and played. Through hands-on experiences in Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area and guided analysis of primary and secondary sources, gain a deeper understanding of life in this colonial capital city.

Cost: $250 per person


Characteristics of an Effective Leader: Yesterday and Today


November 10-11

Become acquainted with the foundational concepts of leadership through the lens of eighteenth-century Williamsburg, Virginia. Assess and define your personal approach to leadership both as a leader and as a follower.


Cost: $250 per person