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Student learning begins with a teacher's dedication to and passion for studying history. [...] »

Has your school received the NEH's Picturing America materials? Brian Carlin and Philip Panaritis of New York describe how they incorporated Picturing American into TAH grant projects. [...] »

Place-based teaching isn't as simple as dropping students off at a museum. Sarah Jencks and Talia Mosconi talk about introducing teachers to layered teaching with historical sites. [...] »

Teaching with place involves more than walking students around a battlefield. If you're using place in a TAH program, make sure to do your homework! says James A. Percoco. [...] »

Text-based primary sources not catching your students' (or your) interest? Kim Laing and Elspeth Inglis of Kalamazoo, MI, talk about introducing objects to the classroom. [...] »

Immerse K-3 teachers in programs designed for them. [...] »

Sit in the Historian's Chair to engage with primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Context and finding connections make for effective primary source use. [...] »

Making history the everyday in K-5 classrooms. [...] »

Bring the natural landscape to New York City students and vice-versa. [...] »

 
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