Don’t Stop Worrying or Learn to Love AI
Stephen Jackson | Nov 6, 2023A careful and considered approach is needed to bring artificial intelligence into the classroom.
No Such Thing as a Bad Question?
Whitney E. Barringer, Lauren Brand, and Nicholas Kryczka | Sep 26, 2023Historians love questions, but not every question promotes historical thinking.
Bryan A. Banks | Sep 20, 2023A popular assignment format meets students—and audiences—where they are.
Laura Ansley | Sep 11, 2023Why is the AHA hosting conferences in Texas and Utah this October?
Students Critique a ChatGPT Essay
Jonathan S. Jones | Sep 7, 2023Asking students to edit an AI-generated essay in class teaches them about what a chatbot can and can’t do.
AHA Statement Opposing Exclusion of LGBTQ+ History in Florida
AHA Staff | Sep 7, 2023The AHA Council approved this statement on May 13, 2023.
African American History and State Standards in Florida and Beyond
Laura Ansley | Aug 29, 2023A webinar brought together historians engaged in advocating for inclusion of African American history in K–12 education to discuss the current landscape.
The Next Step
Dariel Chaidez Rivota | Aug 23, 2023With the community’s adults on board with his local history program, Dariel Chaidez Rivota turned to the most important population: students.
Getting the Ball Rolling
Dariel Chaidez Rivota | Jul 19, 2023One new high school history teacher forged a place for himself in his new community: as school historian.