Spark Curiosity: Museums & Igniting Student Engagement with Leslie Hayes
The Teaching History Her Way Podcast
by CherylAnne Amendola
1M ago
In this episode of Teaching History Her Way, we journey beyond the classroom walls and into the treasure trove of learning that is a museum! Our guest, Leslie Hayes, Vice President for Education at the New-York Historical Society and the project director of the Women & the American Story project, joins us to discuss the powerful impact museums can have on student engagement. We'll explore: Why museums are a dynamic resource for educators of all grade levels. How historical artifacts and exhibits can bring the past to life for students. Strategies for planning and maximizing a successful m ..read more
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Navigating Civics Education: Insights and Strategies with Trish Everett
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2M ago
Trish Everett, an educational designer and self-proclaimed "good-news fairy" for social studies teachers sheds light on her role in supporting educators, particularly in civics education. With extensive experience teaching government and psychology in Florida, Trish discusses the challenges she's observed in fostering civil discourse within civics classrooms. Join us for a great conversation! Note: Trish asked me to correct a statistic .  When talking about the growth of AI, she said $136.6 trillion, but meant $136.6 billion (from this source).  She also found more recent estimate ..read more
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Community Collaboration with April Wills
The Teaching History Her Way Podcast
by CherylAnne Amendola
5M ago
In this episode of The Teaching History Her Way Podcast, host CherylAnne Amendola engages in a thought-provoking conversation with guest April Wills.  April teaches in rural Montana at a K-12 school and the focus of the discussion revolves around the power of community collaboration in guiding inquiry. April passionately shares insights into the transformative impact that working with the community can have on both students and community members. She emphasizes how collaboration allows individuals to contribute in meaningful ways, both big and small, fostering a reciprocal relationship b ..read more
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Trailblazing Tales: Rethinking Boston's Freedom Trail with Darcy Daniels
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6M ago
In this episode of the Teaching History Her Way podcast we welcome Darcy Daniels. Darcy is not your typical historian—she's a dynamic storyteller who brings history to life through her immersive tours of the iconic Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts. Join us as Darcy discusses the concept of "deep dives" into American history, challenging the traditional narrative that often centers on just a few prominent figures. She passionately argues that understanding the Revolution goes beyond the stories of five influential men—it's about amplifying diverse voices and perspectives to provide a more ..read more
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Elementary Civic Education and Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge with Jeff Scott
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7M ago
We delve into the idea that it's our responsibility to reinforce the foundation of civic knowledge in students. By doing so, we empower them with the skills necessary for civic action and understanding civic life. This lays the groundwork for fostering respectful conversations and bridging differences as they grow into informed and engaged adults. Our discussion also highlights the upcoming Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge 2024 seminars and workshops, scheduled to open applications on January 1, 2024. These events cover a range of topics, such as Freedom, Opportunity, and the History of Immigr ..read more
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Empowering Educators: Education for Democracy with Shannon Salter
The Teaching History Her Way Podcast
by CherylAnne Amendola
7M ago
Join us on this episode of our podcast as we sit down with Shannon Salter, an influential figure in the field of education who currently serves on the governing consortium of Educating for American Democracy. In this interview, Shannon shares her insights on the crucial role of education in serving democracy, emphasizing the importance of both preparation and practice. Shannon believes that education plays a vital role in nurturing active and engaged citizens who are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in democratic processes. She highlights the need for educators ..read more
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Unearthing History in Stone with Hailee Attorri
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8M ago
Join us in this enlightening episode as we delve into the fascinating world of history through the lens of gravestones with Hailee Attorri, a dedicated history teacher from North Central Massachusetts. For over a decade, Hailee has been passionately unraveling the secrets of the past as a teacher and curator of a captivating gravestone Instagram account, where she showcases colonial and federal period gravestones through meticulous research and stunning photography. In this episode, Hailee takes us on a captivating journey, revealing the hidden educational treasures within cemeteries and grav ..read more
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Empowering Voices: Coretta Scott King's Legacy with Author Alice Faye Duncan
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9M ago
In this inspiring episode, join us as we dive deep into the remarkable life of Coretta Scott King with acclaimed author and National Board educator, Alice Faye Duncan. Duncan, the creative force behind popular works like "Martin and the Mountain Top" and "Just Like a Mama," takes us on a journey through her latest masterpiece, "Coretta Scott King." More than just a wife, Coretta Scott King was a fierce partner in the fight for justice alongside her husband, Martin Luther King Jr. From her early days standing strong against violence in the South to her struggles as a music student facing discri ..read more
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Teaching With Comics with Tim Smyth
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9M ago
Are you ready to embark on a fascinating journey where teaching becomes an art form, and comics take center stage in the classroom? In this episode of the Teaching History Her Way podcast, join me as I sit down with Tim Smyth, who penned the enlightening book, "Teaching with Comics." Tim shares his unique perspective on education and how comics have opened up a world of creative possibilities for both teachers and students. Delve into the intersection of teaching and artistry as we explore why Tim believes that teaching is more than just imparting knowledge—it's a form of artistic expression ..read more
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Shakti Girls: Poems of Inspiring Indian Women with Shetal Shah
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10M ago
Welcome to the Teaching History Her Way Podcast, where we explore the empowering stories and insights that shape our world. In today's episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing author Shetal Shah, who has penned a captivating book titled "Shakti Girls." This delightful book weaves together 13 compelling biographies with engaging rhymes, celebrating remarkable Indian women who broke barriers and inspired generations. You can purchase the book here: https://amzn.to/3L7ORKN Let's be friends and continue the conversation! Instagram: @teachinghistoryherway Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/histor ..read more
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