K–16 Education

  • Learning Starts with People

    Brandon Morgan | Mar 26, 2020

    Though there isn't time this semester to build a whole online course, the principles that undergird online teaching and learning will help.
  • Leadership during Crisis

    Kathy Callahan | Mar 25, 2020

    For department chairs, communication and clear expectations for faculty, deans, and students are essential during the pandemic crisis.
  • Assessment in Remote Classes

    Cassandra L. Clark | Mar 24, 2020

    An experienced online educator has tips for assignments and assessment.
  • Before You Do Anything, Start Here

    Christina Ghanbarpour | Mar 20, 2020

    Make your online course materials accessible with these tips.
  • In the Virtual Classroom

    Sonja G. Ostrow | Mar 19, 2020

    With many courses moving to platforms like Zoom, Sonja G. Ostrow offers ideas for conducting history classes over video conferencing.
  • Use What You Know

    Kevin Gannon | Mar 18, 2020

    Here are a few basic tools for the first-time online instructor.
  • Transitioning to Online Teaching

    Steven Mintz | Mar 17, 2020

    Pivoting your history courses online? Here are some tips for that transition.
  • Townhouse Notes

    Laura Ansley | Mar 2, 2020

    For one history teacher, a life membership in the AHA was better than an engagement ring.
  • Prison Pedagogy

    Molly Reed | Feb 28, 2020

    Despite unique challenges, prison college courses can be incredibly rewarding for both students and teachers.
  • An Immodest Proposal

    Mary Lindemann | Feb 24, 2020

    Is it time to rethink the introductory history course? AHA President Mary Lindemann has some thoughts.

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