Our one-of-a-kind professional development opportunities provide the opportunity to share ideas, build partnerships and learn from leaders in the field of pop culture education.
Designed and administered by educators at Pop Culture Classroom, these opportunities give participants the chance to:
- PARTICIPATE in both theoretical and/or methods-based panels during the Denver Pop Culture Con weekend.
- LEARN how to leverage this ubiquitous form of cultural expression to further their craft as educators.
- DISCUSS how popular culture resources, events and expressions can be successfully integrated them into lesson plans for their particular classroom.
- DEVELOP the ability to integrate pop culture into regular education, allowing them to combine relationship development with content education.
Currently, Pop Culture Classroom’s professional development opportunities include:
We’re thrilled to announce the return of ED 589 for 2019. Offered through Adams State University as a 0.5 graduate credit, ED 589: Enhancing Education Through Pop Culture is a 3-day professional development course offered exclusively at the con!
Our goal for Educator’s Day is to provide teachers, librarians, administrators, and other educators the chance to learn about how they can improve their craft using the tools of pop culture. Qualified educators receive FREE admission for Friday, June 15th!
DPCC’s literary conference, where students, teachers, professors, and scholars share and discuss their current scholarly projects on all things pop culture, plus offer workshops to students and pros alike.