Earning Master Credit
The Barat Education Foundation is pleased to offer 3 transcripted master credits for completion of the Learning @ the Source Series. This program extends the workshop experience with online learning and classroom application. The credits are granted from Regis University in Denver, Colorado with no tuition cost, and only a small administrative processing fee of $300.
This is a unique opportunity for you to get the credit you deserve for using best practices with your students.
The Master Credit Program has the following 5 requirements for either Level 1 or Level 2 participation:
  1. Learning @ the Source, Level 1
  2. Primary Source Subject Workshop, Level 2
1. Enroll: Complete the Master Credit Enrollment form so that we know you are in the program. There are no screening requirements – this is credit for the work you do!
2. Workshops: Complete either series, including all four workshop sessions.
  1. Learning @ the Source: Level 1 (all four sessions), or
  2. Primary Source Subject Explorations: Level 2 (all four sessions)
3. Online Learning: Complete required online learning modules (as designated on your Master form), with successful reviews from your virtual learning mentor.
4. Student Project: Complete one primary source project with at least 20 students and submit a portfolio of student work.
5. Portfolio: Submit Portfolio and Summary Forms to Barat Education Foundation.
TPS Programs
TPS-Barat provides no-cost teacher professional development to help K-12 educators provide high-quality classroom instruction using the millions of digitized primary sources available from LOC.gov.
The mission of the national Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program is to: build of the Library’s educational initiatives; provide content that promotes the effective educational of the Library’s resources; and offer access to and promote sustained use of the Library’s educational resources. Learn more about the Library’s TPS program and other resources available to teachers at www.loc.gov/teachers.
Content created and featured in partnership with the TPS program does not indicate an endorsement by the Library of Congress.
Learn more about Teaching with Primary Sources by visiting www.loc.gov/teachers.