The Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort will bring history teachers from across the Commonwealth together for the Kentucky History Education Conference: Turning Points in History.
This summer, educators in Kentucky are invited to enrich their knowledge and their classrooms through the Freedoms Foundation’s professional development opportunities.
Three Kentucky educators are using role-playing games, like Dungeons & Dragons, to enrich student learning experiences.
The National Women’s History Museum is offering free educational resources to amplify women’s stories.
As social studies teachers, we know that everyone in every community in the United States plays a part in the American story. However, when I was growing up, we did not feel that was the case.
Titanic Museum is offering three programs virtually for students in kindergarten through 8th grade.
Are you interested in learning experiences that will allow you to improve your content knowledge, discover new resources and learn new instructional strategies? An immersive summer social studies program might be the answer for you! These programs are open to K-12 educators, involve little to no cost to the participant and will enhance your knowledge and practice of the content you teach.
Educational materials for a range of social studies subjects are available through the National Archives.
The National Archives is taking applications for the Civics for All of US distance learning program. Multiple options are available for groups of 10 or more students in K-12, free of charge. Each program is led by an educator at National Archives sites, the federal Center for Legislative Archives and presidential libraries across the country.
How should I teach about Thanksgiving? This is a big (and frequent) question from educators to the National Museum of the American Indian and its national education initiative, Native Knowledge 360° (NK360°).