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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. [...] »

Guide educators step-by-step through lesson creation with intensive lesson study. Matt Karlsen discusses the implementing of a lesson study grant project. [...] »

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. [...] »

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

How we learned to design professional development for teachers and their classrooms. [...] »

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. [...] »

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

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

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

 
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