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

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

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

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

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

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

Before beginning my first Teaching American History (TAH) grant in 2003, I was a struggling new teacher . . . [...] »

Collaboration is the key! Conduct feedback with your teachers, not upon them, to build mutual respect. [...] »