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Successfully Create a World Religions Elective in Your High School

Replace that fear of teaching about World Religions in school with the courage, resources, and support you need to empower your students to be global citizens.
Fee: $20 for members, $35 for nonmembers

Geography as Inquiry: Bringing People and Places to Life

Geography is defined as art, social science, and science. Participants will explore the world through case studies of such key issues as borders and passages, conservation and exploitation, and sustainability.
Fee: $20 for members, $35 for nonmembers

Using Inquiry to Discover Washington DC

Find treasure in Chinatown, discover the secrets of the National Mall, and pay tribute to fallen heroes. Join a hands-on exploration of Washington, DC using inquiry as our guide.
Fee: $20 for members, $35 for nonmembers

Still Fighting the Civil War, 150 Years after Appomattox

Learn how to teach the contested memory of the Civil War in a civic-minded, inquiry-based approach while touring the Manassas battlefield with noted Civil War historian and author, John Hennessey.
Fee: $80 for members and nonmembers

A Century of Women in Congress

Host: United States Capitol Visitors Center, Washington, DC
An interactive session at the U.S. Capitol led by House and Senate historians featuring historical discussions, cooperative learning activities, and primary sources on the history of women in Congress.

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

Civil Rights, the Constitution and the National Archives

Host: National Archives, Washington, DC
Join National Archives educators for an engaging and fun-filled day exploring exhibits, discovering programs and researching primary sources related to the Bill of Rights and you!

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

Teaching about Global Conflict and Peace in a Changing World

Host: United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC
Visit the headquarters of the U.S. Institute of Peace for a behind-the-scenes introduction to the global work of international conflict management and peacebuilding, and discover resources to teach these themes.

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

The Secret History of History

Host: International Spy Museum, Washington, DC
Teaching history through the lens of intelligence is not only timely but timeless. In a post 9/11 world, a focus on intelligence and its role through history is critical.
Fee: $25 for members, $40 for nonmembers

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

Teaching the World Wars through the Stories of the Fallen

Host: American Battle Monuments Commission, Arlington, VA
America's overseas cemeteries and memorials offer a unique way to understand American memory. This hands-on, interdisciplinary workshop will be held at the offices of the American Battle Monuments Commission.

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

Past is Present:Teaching with the Holocaust Museum

Host: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
The Holocaust resonates seventy years after it ended. Explore the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's exhibits and participate in new classroom lessons, receive free resources and discuss the Holocaust's relevance today.

NOTE: Attendees are on their own to reach this clinic.

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