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

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. [...] »

With effective collaboration, TAH Grant projects can change and grow. [...] »

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

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

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

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

Learning to think as historians and educators goes both ways. [...] »

Does the parachute model work? What do historians learn from TAH? [...] »