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National seminars have the twin purposes of providing teachers first-hand experience with the Institute approach, while affording them an opportunity to increase their preparation in a subject they teach and to develop a curriculum unit to teach what they have learned to their own students. Each teacher selected as a Yale National Fellow participates in one of the national seminars.
National Fellows must already be, or must be committed to becoming leaders in a local Teachers Institute. Teachers selected as Yale National Fellows participate in an Organizational Session of the seminars on May 6-7, in daily seminar meetings held during the Intensive Session at Yale on July 11-22, and in the Annual Conference on October 21-22.
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