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Photo, Teacher discussing technology during a workshop. UMBC TAH Programs

The greatest lesson I have learned is the need to alter the role historians play in the development of K–12 history teachers . . . [...] »

Detail, Library of Congress, ichicdn n064171, chicago daily news

Being a successful history teacher also necessarily involves being an engaged teacher, and putting teachers in the role of students can have brilliant consequences when mixed with new content. [...] »

Photo, Teachers at a lecture. TAH Pursuing Justice Grant

What constitutes the success of a Teaching American History (TAH) program, and what are the evaluation criteria for that success? [...] »

Lithograph, "William H. West's. . . ," c. 1899, Strobrdge & Co. Lith., LoC

Passionate project directors can spell the difference between successful and so-so programs. [...] »

Photomechanical print, "Yorkshire Team," c. 1921-1929, New York Public Library

Get the most out of your grant; the benefits of collaboration as professional equals abound. [...] »

Photo, Tekenles op Amsterdamse school / Drawing lesson, Flickr

You've gone to the workshops. Now, how do you put what you learned into practice? [...] »

Photo, Teachers at a professional development workshop. CHNM TAH

A lead historian provides continuity and consistency. [...] »

Photo, Teachers at American History Museum during a grant. CHNM

When schools partner with the history institutions in their own communities, the various stakeholders in history education are brought together. [...] »

Photo, Nutrition and health work in public schools, around 1918-20. Flickr

What makes a Teaching American History (TAH) evaluation successful? [...] »

Photo. Teachers learning from Lincoln. Jim Percoco

Teachers from Maine demonstrate how biographies enhance their ability to stimulate critical thinking across developmental levels. [...] »

 
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