New Summer Workshop with Harvard UniversityThirteen Days, Three Views: Understanding the Cuban Missile Crisisfrom the American, Cuban and Soviet PerspectivesAugust 10-12Once again, EdTechTeacher has teamed up with the Davis Center for Russian Studies and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies to offer some terrific training for teachers at a very inexpensive price. On August 10-12, we'll be participating in a 3-day workshop on the Cuban Missile Crisis with Harvard faculty and staff and our own EdTechTeacher Instructors. Professional Development Points and Graduate Credits are available, and the cost of the course is $50! An overview is below,for more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to register.Course Overview: in October 1962, The long-simmering feud between the US and the USSR came to a head in the tiny-island nation of Cuba. Many historians argue that the Cuban Missile Crisis was both the closest the world ever came to nuclear war and the turning point of the Cold War. Thirteen Days, Three Views is an intensive three-day workshop that will examine and explore the Cuban Missile Crisis from a variety of national perspectives (American, Soviet and Cuban) and will also address foreign policy, politics, economics, history, culture, film studies and teaching with technology. The third day of the workshop will be completely devoted to technology training conducted by EdTechTeacher, although other pedagogical topics, including the use of primary sources and film in theclassroom, will also be discussed.