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

With flexible grant design, all teachers can participate. [...] »

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

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

How much does your local Board of Education know about your TAH grant program? [...] »

Communities of history educators certainly existed before the TAH program began . . . but before TAH, while some partnerships existed, interaction was uncommon for members different communities. [...] »

Visual and tactile experiences increase critical thinking skills. [...] »

There's no quick and dirty way to win millions in grant funding. [...] »

Evaluation is an absolute necessity to determine teacher growth and corresponding classroom impact. [...] »

A strategic balance is crucial for getting the most out of your grant. [...] »