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Delaware Teachers Institute, like classrooms everywhere, shifted to a remote instructional model in April 2020. Our teacher steering committee believed we had an opportunity and responsibility to protect the health and safety of our Fellows above all else. Despite the shift away from in-person learning, Fellows reported seminars to be reflective of our long-standing goals.
Over time, it has become clear that DTI Fellows benefit from a variety of delivery methods. For the 2023 Cycle, we will offer seminar sessions mostly on zoom. However, those seminars will be supplemented with some field experiences at museums and other community sites based on Fellow availability.
No matter the delivery method, it remains our goal:
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Delaware Teachers Institute (DTI) adheres to the Teachers Institute approach, originally developed in 1978 by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute. Ellen Kisker's 2011 essay, The Teachers Institute Theory of Change describes this design in detail illustrating the mechanism by which our goals are met.