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What to Expect at TAH Programs

TAH.org offers programs designed to give social studies teachers the very best preparation for the classroom.

Our seminar-style classes encourage you to engage directly with primary source documents, rather than simply listening to lectures. Our faculty treat you as colleagues, respecting your work as teachers, and helping you grow as scholars. Our goal is to bring social studies teachers into a conversation about the American experiment in self-government. Our hope is that America’s students will be brought into this conversation as well.

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TAH helps teachers do the real work of history

Speaking of Professor Scott Yenor, Liz Schley said: “He guided us to do our own thinking. He’d ask us, ‘Why do you think what you’ve just said—can you point to a particular section of the document, or to other readings you’ve done?’” As teachers went back to the text to look for evidence, and as they listened to others who pointed to different evidence, they often revised their thinking.

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Upcoming TAH Programs

One-Day Seminar: "Documents and Debates: Dropping the Atomic Bombs" hosted by Phoenix Union High School District (Phoenix, AZ)

Jan 30, 2020 | 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM | Arizona

The controversy over the use of atomic weapons in World War II did not begin after Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed; rather, a debate raged... Read more »

David Hadley

One-Day Seminar: African American History hosted by Miami Dade College North (Miami, FL)

Feb 01, 2020 | 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM | Florida

Frederick Douglass, 1879. Public domain, from the National Archives. NAID 558770. This seminar will consider the contributions of African Americans during the Progressives era as... Read more »

David F. Krugler

One-Day Seminar: FDR & WW2, hosted by the Canyons School District (Salt Lake City area, UT)

Feb 07, 2020 | 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM | Utah

Study in depth the war policy and decision-making of FDR and his administration, through a collection of primary source documents, in a Socratic discussion format.... Read more »

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