The Case Method Institute invites you and your colleagues to join an upcoming workshop with Harvard professor David Moss on case method teaching for high school history, government and civics teachers.
Join the education team at Mount Vernon for a live celebration of one of our country's greatest leaders!
Teaching wasn’t Doug Henry's first career choice, but after entering the profession, he says it's been rewarding to help so many students find their passions.
The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) is seeking input from active Kentucky teachers who are currently teaching social studies in grades K-12.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is seeking nominations for the 2024 History Teacher of the Year award.
Did you know that on a single day in 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and baseball legend Jackie Robinson joined a march organized by Kentucky civil rights activists to influence lawmakers in Kentucky to pass a civil rights act?
Many different organizations offer on-site professional development programs that provide you both the knowledge and experience about the topic that you can use to enhance your instruction with your students.
Scholarship money is available for middle school and high school teachers in Kentucky to attend a 2024 Montpelier Educator Seminar.
Donnie Wilkerson, a 5th-grade social studies teacher at Jamestown Elementary School (Russell County), loves to make learning history immersive and fun for his students.
If you ask 8th-grade social studies teacher Justin Mitchell what lesson defines his teaching, he’ll say Colonial America. “This is such a crucial and complex period of time, with us going from being well under the rule of Great Britain to being our own country in just 20 years.” said Mitchell. But in order to get his students to fully understand and resonate with the founding of America, he knew he couldn’t just stick to worksheets and note-taking.