It’s not too often that our work gets featured on any website other than this one, so I think I’d be mistaken not to direct the reader’s attention to this new post on the National History Education Clearinghouse, teachinghistory.org. The interview was conducted well into the December 2009 Teaching American History Project Directors Conference in Washington DC – I wish I had dunked a double espresso before sitting down to that one! The NHEC site will be posting many other interviews which I’ll be interested in seeing from that session. The site is an increasingly helpful one, whether you’re looking for teaching materials, history content, introductions to historical thinking, “best practice” approaches to teaching history, lessons learned from TAH projects, or anything else related to teaching history.
- Protected: How does your story influence what you hear?
- Guest Post: A teacher’s journey
- Teaching With Primary Sources Lesson: How does imperialism impact a country?
- Teaching With Primary Sources Lesson: Propaganda
- Teaching With Primary Sources Lesson: What is the role of the government, the community, and the individual in times of hardship?