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Historians learn from contact with educators. [...] »

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

Having a project director is nonnegotiable—Jeff Sun stresses the importance of investing time and money in a dedicated project director for TAH Grant projects. [...] »

Qualitative or quantitative? You get out of evaluation what you put in. [...] »

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

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

How (and can) the effectiveness of a project be objectively measured? [...] »

Invite teachers in through the choice of project model and venue. [...] »

No one can teach in a vacuum. [...] »

Take the time to let teachers learn by doing, and present information in different ways. [...] »