Teaching American History offers a rich collection of primary documents, educational seminars, and webinars for educators. The site emphasizes discussion-based learning, allowing teachers to delve deep into significant American history topics. With resources like a core document collection, professional development opportunities, and a supportive community, it’s an invaluable hub for those passionate about teaching America’s story.
- The Tehran Conference and the Origins of the Cold War
- Preparing for a One Day Seminar
- Amy Livingston’s Unexpected Vocation: Teaching America’s Story
- What Documents Should I Teach? Federalism, with John Dinan
- The 1918 Flu Epidemic through the eyes of Lutiant LaVoye
- Happy 90th Birthday, Tennessee Valley Authority!
- What is it like to attend a TAH multi-day seminar?
- Celebrating America’s Unsung Heroes: History Teachers of the Year
- A Conversation with John Dinan, Editor of Federalism
- Win Anderson Teaches about Limited Government