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Community

The TIP network of committed teachers offers both intellectual
stimulation and support to its Fellows

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Curriculum Units

Each fellow writes an innovative and detailed curriculum unit for teachers
across the nation to use in their classrooms to bridge achievement gaps
and engage in the classroom

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Academic Exploration

Our content based approach and partnership with Penn means that our fellows
are exposed to cutting edge knowledge from world renowned professors.

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Leadership

TIP Fellows’ input shapes the content and
the direction of the program.

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University Advisory Council Meeting

Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 12:30pm

Prospectus Due

Week of March 14th

First Draft Due

Week of April 18th

Yale National Initiative Organizational Session

April 30 to May 1, 2021

Teacher Advisory Council Meeting

Tuesday, May 11 5:00 pm

Spring Celebration

Wednesday, May 26th, 2021

Final Draft Submission Deadline

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2021

Yale National Initiative Intensive Session

July 12 to July 23, 2021

Yale National Initiative Annual Conference

October 28 to 29, 2021

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Applications are now available for TIP’s fall 2021 Curriculum Laboratory.


Video from the May 18, 2021 Open House

Curriculum Lab professors discuss the content they will be offering in the fall of 2021.

How Critical Elements Make Up our Modern World
Prof. Eric Schelter

Topics in Environmental Health
Dr. Marilyn Howarth

Southwest Native American Art & Culture
Lucy Fowler Williams


Videos from TIP 2021 Spring Celebration

Fellows from each seminar shared what they learned and the original curriculum units they were inspired to write.

Cities through the Lens of Race Class and Gender
Robert Rivera-Amezola, Francis Scott Key School

Cancer Biology and Technology
Kathleen (Katie) Tsai, SLA Beeber

Renewable Energy Schemes
Cassandra Jordan, James Sullivan School

Democracy and Expertise in Science, History and Literature
John Baranik, Carver HSES

Listening to the Music of Contemporary Africa: History, Politics and Human Origins
Pearl Jonas, SLA & Geoffrey Winikur, Carver HSES