Teaching and Learning

  • Getting the Ball Rolling

    Dariel Chaidez Rivota | Jul 19, 2023

    One new high school history teacher forged a place for himself in his new community: as school historian.
  • Gamifying History Instruction

    Shu Wan | May 31, 2023

    Gamification of the classroom is all the rage. But which game should you choose?
  • Of Potato Latkes and Pedagogy

    Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall | May 23, 2023

    A cooking assignment helps illuminate the lives of Jewish women in the past for students.
  • Hide the Key

    Lauran Kerr-Heraly | May 2, 2023

    At Houston Community College, one history professor partnered with colleagues across the institution to create a customizable escape room.
  • The Berkeley Pipeline Program

    Jordan Thomas Mursinna | Apr 20, 2023

    Pipeline programs help underprivileged students get the guidance they need to apply for and succeed in PhD programs.
  • What Use Is a Book?

    Carla Gardina Pestana | Apr 19, 2023

    In a digital age, what is the relationship between information and the medium that conveys it?
  • Teaching the History Wars

    Megan Threlkeld | Apr 18, 2023

    In a seminar on the history wars, Megan Threlkeld provides students with a strong foundation for understanding the stakes of...
  • Maintaining Standards

    Brendan Gillis and Julia Brookins | Apr 13, 2023

    The AHA has recently taken action in a number of states to protect the integrity of social studies standards.
  • Thinking Machines

    E. Thomas Ewing, Landon Downer, Patrick Luppino, and Victor Mukora | Apr 10, 2023

    How do you teach the history of computing in the age of artificial intelligence?
  • An Uncertain Trend

    Julia Brookins | Feb 23, 2023

    Our newest data on undergraduate enrollments raises new questions.

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