The CAPD Academic Programs Unit provides several special Teacher Institutes
each summer for educators looking for continuing education credit units.
The Holocaust Institute is a two-day program featuring guest speakers, Holocaust survivors, and faculty from community colleges and universities. The Institute is designed primarily for secondary school teachers and community college faculty in the areas of history, social studies, language arts and humanities; however, fourth and fifth grade teachers and those interested in learning about the Holocaust are also encouraged to apply.
The FSU College of Music is pleased to offer Level I of the Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Education course this summer. Orff-Schulwerk centers on the development of the whole child while encouraging continued development of the teacher. Designed for all children, this technique enables students to create good music immediately!
A summer course for students and professionals who are interested in the use of art therapy as a treatment of trauma. The course is offered through Florida State University’s nationally respected Art Therapy Program. The course has been specially designed to provide professional development opportunities for the continuing education of all mental health professionals, particularly those who are involved in the creative arts therapies.