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    • Friday, April 28, 2017, 5pm

CUP professional development workshop!

CUP professional development workshop!

Hey educators! Interested in learning how to engage students and make learning more hands-on? We have a professional development opportunity for you! 

Join us for “Can I Ask You A Question?”, a workshop on how to integrate interviews into your educational practice, using CUP’s award-winning methodologies.

Interviews are a great way to connect learning to the real world, engage students in critical thinking, and help them develop job skills like public speaking — all while learning about topics central to your curriculum.

But how do you set up appropriate interviews, prepare students effectively, and get the most out of your interviewees?

Find out through this hands-on professional development training with CUP!

Friday, April 28th, 5:00 – 7:00 pm

New York University Barney Building, Room 403
34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003

F, G, N, or R trains to 4th Avenue – 9th Street

Open to the public.

More information is available on the flyer and you can purchase tickets below.

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