EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 7, Issue 22 for July 15, 2020
History eNews from Emerging America - July 15, 2020
Library of Congress - LGBTQ+ Studies: A Resource Guide
See political theorist, Harvard's Danielle Allen, winner of the Library of Congress Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity, featured in this video.
Discovering Justice - Survey to help set future topics
The National Council for History Education seeks proposals for presenters in Salt Lake City April 8-10, 2020 - https://www.nche.net/
SOURCES Annual Conference in January - Request for proposals
Library of Congress Teacher Blog - Resource for virtual learning: Each week in eNews, see the topics covered. Better yet, subscribe yourself! https://blogs.loc.gov/
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Recommended article on Leadership for Remote Teaching and Learning from the Collaborative for Educational Services. Mazur & Woodland. (2020).
American with Disabilities Act Signed 30 Years Ago This Month
Visit Disability History through Primary Sources for primary sources, lesson plans, and links to digital collections.
Watch for Disability History Course Online in Fall!
Jesse Jackson shaking hands with disability advocate Justin Dart Jr., who is in a wheelchair, during a hearing of the House Committee on Education and Labor on a bill which became the Americans with Disabilities Act. (1989). Michael R. Jenkins, photographer.
EVENTS @ EMERGING AMERICA - Info & Registration.
HISTORY AND CIVICS EDUCATION COURSES
- Contact Rich Cairn email@example.com about scheduling Accessing Inquiry and other professional development workshops remotely in your school district or region for 2020-2021.
- Fall open enrollment courses to be announced soon!
NEW RESOURCES AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
TPS Teachers Network - Teachers with interest in working with primary sources are welcome to join this network.
Featured this week - YOU MUST LOGIN FIRST FOR THESE LINKS TO WORK:
- Check out many great resources posted in the TPS Teaching Online with Primary Sources group.
- Bayard Rustin speaks to the demonstrators at the beginning of the March on Washington Bob Adelman
- Expanding Citizenship Lesson Plan
- Civic Leaders and Atrocities - Reconstruction to Progressive Era
- W.E.B. Du Bois Portraits for Paris'
- Using the People’s Library to Inspire Your Students in Band: Part 1 - Pony Express and Night Journey
- Racism and Pandemics
- Album of the Coronavirus Experience
National Book Festival Presents - Danielle Allen Takes on the Hard Questions on Democracy and Public Life
Library of Congress Teacher Blog http://blogs.loc.gov/teachers/
Five Questions with Victoria Van Hyning, Senior Innovation Specialist and Community Manager, By the People
Savoring Ice Cream with Primary Sources
Online Educational Events: The Omar Ibn Said Collection at the Library of Congress on June 30th and Turning Inquiry To Action: Engaging Young Learners with Kid Citizen July 1st
“Auf Wiedersehen, Good-Bye” – Farewell from the Library’s 2019-2020 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow
Challenging Students to Consider the Roles Books Played During Wartime
Online Educational Events: STEM Sources in the Manuscript Division, July 7 and Selecting Primary Sources, July 8
Jason Reynolds: Grab the Mic Newsletter July Edition
Exploring Math, Science and Technology Primary Sources from the Library of Congress Manuscript Division
Five Questions with Carlyn Osborn of the Digital Content Management Section
Online Educational Events: The Library’s Preservation Research and Testing July 14 and Teachers’ Reflections on Using Primary Sources to Engage English Language Learners, July 15
- BARAT Education Foundation - Online asynchronous program (complete at your convenience!) - TPS Civics Educator Micro-Credential Program - Information and Registration
- Five Colleges Center for East Asian Studies - Summer Webinars - Information and Registration
- PBS Media - Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching -
- July 21 - 1 - 2pm - Tools for AntiRacist Teaching:Deepening Your Understanding of Race & Racism
- July 23 - 1 - 2pm - Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching: Using Media to Know Better, Teach Better
- July 28 - 1 - 2pm - Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching: Amplify Student Voice
- July 30 - 1 - 2pm - Using Media to Teach and Talk with Young Learners
- Through July 31 - Ford’s Theatre - Lincoln’s Great Words Challenge - Submission Information
- July 15 and July 30 - 4pm (Online) - Ford’s Theatre - Cabinet Conversations - Video Links (Facebook Live, YouTube, and Twitter)
- July 21 and 28 - 1pm (Online) - Ford’s Theatre - Guided Virtual Tour - Information
- July 22 - Brockton Public Library hosts an online screening of “Fannie Lou Hamer: Voting Rights Activist.” - Information
- July 23 - 8pm - American Antiquarian Society - "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: The Bard of Brattle Street" - Information and Registration
- July 25 - 1pm (Webinar) - Effective Use of Primary Sources for Remote Learning - Information and Registration
- July 27 - August 7 - 9am - 11am (Webinar) - University of the Arts - Posters for the People: Using WPA Sources - Information and Registration
- August 8-13 - Educators for Anti-Racism: Abolitionist Teaching Book Club & Discussion Series - Information and Registration
- August 4-6 (Webinar) - NCHE Online Equity Seminar - Critical Conversations - Information and Registration
- August 26-28 - Hybrid Format - Boston Athenaeum: Primary Sources in the Classroom - Information and Registration
- October 6 - 8am - 3pm - Hartford - Bill of Rights Institute - American Citizenship and Civic Engagement - Information and Registration
- December 4-6 - National Council for Geographic Education: Annual Conference - Information and Registration
- JFK Presidential Library and Museum - 2020 Dignity and Justice for All: Stories of Protest, Resistance, and Change
- National History Day - Theme: Communication in History: The Key to Understanding
- iCivics - LawCraft
- Teaching Tolerance -
- Citizen U -The Formation of Political Parties
- American Experience - The Vote (Video - Part I and Part II)
- Mass Humanities - Let’s Rethink How We Teach Black History
RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ONLINE
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