Homeschool Teaching Historical Context
Homeschool Teaching Historical Context Loudspeaker: How did the cotton gin affect such courses of American history? What role did enslaved people play in their own liberation? Doubts like these can trigger a brand-new view to the study of record beyond facts and figures. Just a social surveys teach look for new ways to deliver history to live, the Smithsonian helps visitors find powerful connections between the objects they meet and their region in our shared history. The Smithsonian's new online course Teaching Historical Inquiry with Objects is presided over by Dr. Kathy Swan from the University of Kentucky and Naomi Coquillon from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History Homeschool Teaching Historical Context offers a practical hypothesis for how to use ordinary objects to generate more dynamic learning process.
There are many ways to teach historical context and the Smithsonian has just the program for you to take. It offers some brilliant ideas for you to add to your history lessons. You will be able to bring history to live with these new ideas and your children will benefit from what you have learned. Don't hesitate to sign up for this program you will learn a lot and so will the kids.
This six-week course brings together theories from a college, career, and civic life framework for social surveys with the Smithsonian's museum-based teaching techniques that bring historical objects to life for millions each year. This course will share an excursion with teachers, exploring ways to turn educational hypothesis into practice, demonstrating real-world strategies you can apply in your own classrooms.
Join us and your fellow professors in their home communities of learning and debate not just about teaching history, but about shaping a generation of active both citizens and lifelong learners. Sign up for the Smithsonian's brand-new online course Teaching Historical Inquiry with Objects today. Homeschool Teaching Historical Context
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