K–16 Education

  • Consider the Student View

    Monique Dufour | Nov 17, 2020

    How often do we think about our classes from the viewpoint of our students? Such a shift could radically change our approach.
  • Collaborating on the Intro Course

    Trevor R. Getz and Steven M. Harris | Nov 10, 2020

    In collaboration, historians are creating global history modules to share with other teachers with the History for the 21st Century Project.
  • Boldly Going

    Shane Markowitz | Nov 2, 2020

    A high school world history teacher uses Star Trek: Voyager to introduce his students to historiography.
  • Practicing History

    Evan Faulkenbury | Oct 20, 2020

    SUNY Cortland decided to require a public history course because of its potential to attract new students, retain majors, and...
  • Middle Schoolers Take on Columbus

    Alex Pinelli | Oct 8, 2020

    Teacher Alex Pinelli shares how he teaches about Christopher Columbus in a private Christian middle school.
  • Why Study History? Revisited

    Peter N. Stearns | Sep 18, 2020

    Two decades after writing a powerful response to the question "why study history," Peter Stearns revisits his answer.
  • Remote Reflections: Twice the Work and Half the Fun

    Walter L. Buenger | Sep 14, 2020

    For faculty teaching online for the first time, spring 2020 could be a frustrating learning experience.
  • AHA Member Spotlight: Ted Dickson

    Matthew Keough | Sep 4, 2020

    Ted Dickson is a history teacher and department chair at Providence Day School, Charlotte, North Carolina. He lives in Matthews,...
  • Building Archives, Training Scholars

    Allison Robinson | Sep 3, 2020

    Working with two digital history projects during her MA studies taught Allison Robinson the value of digital work.
  • Remote Reflections: Being a Graduate Teaching Assistant during the Pandemic

    Victoria Funk | Aug 28, 2020

    Graduate teaching assistants, not quite students and not yet faculty, face unique challenges during COVID-19.

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