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Want to use Teachinghistory.org for professional development? Learn where to start with this video from outreach director Jennifer Rosenfeld! [...] »

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

How can historians, curators, and the organizations they represent best meet the needs of teachers? By listening to and sharing with everyone involved in professional development. [...] »

Libraries and museums can bring teachers into direct contact with the stuff of history. [...] »

Is your history curriculum based on abstract concepts? Learn how the Northern Nevada TAH Project team streamlined lesson plans with essential questions (EQs). [...] »

Stan Pesick and Carolyn Halpin-Healy define lesson study, a professional development model where teachers collaboratively create lessons and critique them in action. [...] »

Teaching American History project staff outline the ongoing process of creating and managing effective lesson-study-focused grants. [...] »

In their TAH grant project, professors John Bieter and Kathleen Budge encouraged 5th, 9th, and 11th-grade teachers to adopt the thinking habits of historians and approach history as problem-solvers. [...] »

Christina Chavarria of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum describes the many resources the museum can offer TAH Grant projects. [...] »

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. [...] »