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.
Gamifying History Instruction
Shu Wan | May 31, 2023Gamification of the classroom is all the rage. But which game should you choose?
Hide the Key
Lauran Kerr-Heraly | May 2, 2023At Houston Community College, one history professor partnered with colleagues across the institution to create a customizable escape room.
Teaching the History Wars
Megan Threlkeld | Apr 18, 2023In a seminar on the history wars, Megan Threlkeld provides students with a strong foundation for understanding the stakes of...
Brendan Gillis and Julia Brookins | Apr 13, 2023The AHA has recently taken action in a number of states to protect the integrity of social studies standards.
E. Thomas Ewing, Landon Downer, Patrick Luppino, and Victor Mukora | Apr 10, 2023How do you teach the history of computing in the age of artificial intelligence?
An Uncertain Trend
Julia Brookins | Feb 23, 2023Our newest data on undergraduate enrollments raises new questions.
Don’t Say Gay, Stop WOKE, Banned Books, and Anti-Trans Laws
Laura Ansley | Feb 10, 2023A webinar on current controversies regarding history education and related issues featured the challenges facing teachers at all education levels.
The Uncertain Future of Social Studies in Virginia
Brendan Gillis | Feb 9, 2023An update on the AHA’s recent K–12 advocacy in Virginia.
The Integrity of History Education
James Grossman and Jeremy C. Young | Feb 8, 2023Over the past two years, legislation that would ban so-called divisive concepts concerning race, gen...