Teaching Florida is the Florida Humanities Council’s program for Florida’s educators. We facilitate continuing education workshops around the state throughout the year. These tuition-free experiences offer professional and personal growth through enriching and engaging content presented by distinguished Florida scholars.

Teaching Florida programs are designed to:

  • enrich educators and renew their passion for teaching
  • refresh and expand their knowledge of Florida
  • provide access to content and resources for teachers and their students

The Teaching Florida experience:

These inspiring opportunities focus on a variety of topics relevant to various disciplines and grade levels. Participants leave refreshed and with strategies and tools, often including primary resources, for taking new content and ideas back to their classrooms and districts. Florida K-12 teachers, student teachers, college instructors, museum educators, and park service employees are eligible to participate in our workshops.

What your peers are saying about Teaching Florida programs:

It has been the best PD I have ever had the opportunity to participate in and it was beyond beneficial.Participant
It opened up a wealth of ideas and knowledge that I could translate into the classroom.Participant

2017 Eckerd College summer seminar for teachers. Ulele Springs at Waterworks Park, Tampa.

Teaching Florida Serving Florida Educators

Explore a topic that will enrich your life as well as your work.

Current Workshops