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We the Teachers

What’s New at Teaching American History?

October 31, 2019

by Sarah Morgan Smith

John Bradford, “Constitutional Convention,” 60×78 acrylic and oil on canvas, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.

We hope you have been enjoying the new Teaching American History website. We have the most comprehensive library of primary documents of American history you’ll find online. We also offer other resources and features to support your teaching work. Here’s an overview:  

Documents: Search our online library for particular themes, eras, authors, governmental institutions, and events.  Our Core Documents Collections offer annotated excerpts with introductions, study questions, and supporting materials.

Did you know that when you become a member of Teaching American History, you can select documents from our online library and create personalized collections to use in your own classroom. Save, download and print your collections, right from your dashboard. Bookmark this brief Quick Start Guide.  It will walk you through how to create your own collections.

Programs: Register for one-day seminars held all across America, monthly online webinars, or explore our Master of Arts in American History and Government degree program.

Resources: Explore historical exhibits, listen to podcasts, check out toolkits, and more.  

Meet our Teacher Partners: Read stories about teachers who have attended TAH programs– teachers like you, who are making a huge impact on the lives of students across the nation.

We the Teachers:  Follow our blog to read articles on interesting historical topics and program opportunities.

Thank you for being a part of our community! Please send us an email if you have any questions. We’d love to connect with you.

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