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Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help you (re)craft your history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help you (re)craft your history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Part Three of Four By Samantha Cutrara I mean … even if you thought, you wished, you prayed (in whatever way that meant to you. As R. Eric Thomas says, maybe your church...

Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help you (re)craft your history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help you (re)craft your history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Part Two of Four By Samantha Cutrara I mean … even if you thought, you wished, you prayed (in whatever way that meant to you. As R. Eric Thomas says, maybe your church is...

Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help (re)craft history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Nothing Will Be the Same After This: Four conversations that can help (re)craft history pedagogy to respond to an unknown future

Part One of Four By Samantha Cutrara I mean … even if you thought, you wished, you prayed (in whatever way that meant to you. As R. Eric Thomas says, maybe your church is...

Teaching With Documents: Using Archives to Educate

Teaching With Documents: Using Archives to Educate

Previously published on the website Things I Am Fonds Of – Highlighting Archivists and Their Work on August 9, 2017 By Emily Lonie  Exciting archival publishing...

Handle with care: Using historical simulations to teach history

Handle with care: Using historical simulations to teach history

By Lindsay Gibson On May 27, 2020 I wrote the following tweet about using simulations to teach history, and was surprised when it sparked conversations, arguments, and...

Authority in the Classroom Becomes Presence in An Online Class

Authority in the Classroom Becomes Presence in An Online Class

By Danielle Kinsey I grew impatient with discussions of authority in the classroom years ago. It was all the rage when I was in grad school, where (not having taught very...

Archives and Special Collections Can Teach Students Archival Intelligence, Even Online

Archives and Special Collections Can Teach Students Archival Intelligence, Even Online

Melissa Salrin Head, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University For historians, time spent in the archives with primary sources is vital.  For students of...

Exactly How I Taught My Third-Year Online Course

Exactly How I Taught My Third-Year Online Course

By Danielle Kinsey People are coming to the “acceptance” phase of finding out that their Fall semesters are going to be online. I’ve been teaching an entirely online...

Call For Papers:  Special Issue - Students and their experiences with History and Social Studies education in the journal The Councilor

Call For Papers: Special Issue - Students and their experiences with History and Social Studies education in the journal The Councilor

For the first time ever, The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies will be publishing a special issue that will bring academic articles in conversation with reflections...

ICYMI: TEACHING IN THE TIMES OF COVID-19

ICYMI: TEACHING IN THE TIMES OF COVID-19

So many of our colleagues have discussed, advised, and reflected on the expectations, limits, and ongoing concerns of emergency remote teaching. Because of this, it hasn’t...

Teaching Star Wars as a Jain Narrative in an Undergraduate Classroom

Teaching Star Wars as a Jain Narrative in an Undergraduate Classroom

By Gerjan Altenburg              The late American historian of religions, Jonathan Z. Smith stressed the importance of setting up good comparisons in assigned...

Building Bridges: Using Social Media to Connect Historians and History Teachers

Building Bridges: Using Social Media to Connect Historians and History Teachers

In November 2018, the Washington Post published a story with the headline, “Historians: What Kids Should Be Learning in School Right Now.” In asking this important...

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