Teaching Resources & Strategies
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.
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.
Of Potato Latkes and Pedagogy
Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall | May 23, 2023A cooking assignment helps illuminate the lives of Jewish women in the past for students.
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.
Deep in the Heart of Teaching
Kathleen Hilliard | Nov 28, 2022Two days at the AHA’s Texas Conference gave the VP of the Teaching Division much to think about.
Title IX at 50
Bonnie J. Morris | Jun 23, 2022After 25 years teaching the history of women's athletics, Bonnie J. Morris has suggestions for how to incorporate the history...
AHA Staff | Mar 15, 2022Read about a selection of sessions that took place during AHA22 Online in late February.
How Well Do You Know Your Students?
Trinidad Gonzales | Feb 2, 2022Asking students about their lives can help instructors better accommodate their circumstances.