New published scholarship about the Vietnam War challenges older views and prompts expanded understanding of that conflict. Participants will receive information developed by the annual USS Midway Institute for Teachers.
In a literacy-rich classroom, consider the relationship between academic vocabulary and student success. Experience Marzano's theory put to practical application with high-return, high-retention strategies for the American History classroom.
Learn how educators in urban schools use primary resources and interactive strategies to impact school culture. Explore lessons that resonate with students' identities, strengthen academic growth, and increase civic agency
How did New Englanders encounter the world after the Revolution? What can we learn from their attitudes and activities? Use historical sources to contextualize discussions about twenty first-century global citizenship.
Participants will engage in a model elementary think-aloud lesson grounded in a problem-based historical inquiry framework in order to decide if Andrew Jackson was justified in removing Indians to reservations.
Struggling to challenge the advanced learner in your US History class? Come participate in ready-to-go lessons and surefire strategies that help develop true honors courses that differentiate for advanced learners.