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Teaching American History (TAH) Projects

Watch video of keynote speakers from the 2009 and 2011 Teaching American History Project Directors meetings. Topics include historical thinking, public history, and lessons learned from TAH. FIND OUT MORE »

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Lessons Learned

Explore lessons learned by TAH projects

Photo. Teachers discussing lessons over lunch. TAH: Pursuing Justice Grant

One need only attend the TAH directors’ meeting to see how many permutations [...] »

Photography, Puzzle 1 Unsolved, 25 April 2008, John Bell, Flickr CC

Is your history curriculum based on abstract concepts? Learn how the Northern [...] »

Photo, Teacher and Professor discuss. TAH: Pursuing Justice Grant

Learning to think as historians and educators goes both ways. [...] »

Photo, Work with schools, Yorkville Branch : class visit, ca. 1910. Flickr

Teaching American History (TAH) has been an exciting opportunity for me in [...] »

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Project Spotlight

Learn about innovative TAH projects

Photo, North Window Arch, 05/1972, David Hiser, National Archives, Flickr

JHAT, Jr. strengthens history in the elementary classroom, and provides [...] »

What does architecture say about the past and the present? TAH teachers learn [...] »

TAH teachers get an introduction to Monticello as Thomas Jefferson's ' [...] »

A Dog Swap, 1881 by Richard Norris Brooke, SAAM

Close observation and an inquisitive mind are all the tools you need to start [...] »

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