Hands on Historian, Stephanie, shows you how to weave a basket using some household items.
Episode 21: Why We Need More Historians in the Silicon Valley
The liberal arts vs. STEM. A degree in the humanities vs. a degree in business. The current conversation around higher education consistently pits the study of history, philosophy, or English again…
What Historians Get Wrong About World War I
ON Scripture: Do You Know How to Two Step? (Genesis 28:10-22) By Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder
Jacob is in the process of continuing the family legacy when the Lord approaches him to confirm that he will indeed birth a profound progeny. One step forward. Yet, anyone who knows the story of Jacob understands that he is also the one who stole his older brother’s inheritance. One step backward.
What Austrian Economics Can Teach Historians
Living Historians Teach Valuable Lessons at Vermont History Expo
News Release — Vermont Historical Society March 24, 2016 Contact: Julie Nelson Vermont Historical Society 60 Washington Street, Barre, VT 05641 [email protected] (802) 479-8519 Tunbridge, Vt.– History comes alive when the Vermont Historical Society returns to the Tunbridge World’s Fairgrounds presenting the Vermont History Expo on June 18 and 19, 2016. A unique country history …
What Naomi Wolf and Cokie Roberts teach us about the need for historians
Without historical training, it's easy to make big mistakes about the past.
Historian: What the True Story of Harriet Tubman Teaches Us
Tubman was unflinching in her commitment to liberation and would use the power of her pistol if necessary
“Why I Teach” — Jamie DiCarlo, Stephanie Rosa & Heather Marzullo
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services Blog Teachers Change Lives at Jamie DiCarlo Why do I teach? That is a question I am often asked, especially when people find out that I teach students with autism spectrum disorders. I will tell you one thing, it is not because “I am a special person” or “I have a lot of patience” like most people say when I tell them my profession. It is because every child has the right to learn. I love…
This Art Historian Teaches FBI Agents And Surgeons How To See
In her new book, Amy Herman shows how art can help people fine-tune their visual perception and improve at work.
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What It's Like To Be Left-Handed In A Right-Handed World
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Walking Dead can teach you valuable security lessons
The most terrifying thing about the world of The Walking Dead isn’t "Walkers", it’s other people: Walkers, as they are referred to on the show, are predictable; they’re hungry, and they want to eat your brains. Humans on the other hand, often can and will be unpredictable, and that’s exactly what makes them dangerous.
"Why Do You Want To Teach?” Q&A with Literacy Education Student Stephanie Plachy
"Why Do You Want To Teach?” Q&A with Literacy Education Student Stephanie Plachy While some Steinhardt students are studying around the globe, others decided to enjoy the snow with us at our New York City campus for the January term. We talked with one of these students, Literacy Education master's student and middle school teacher Stephanie Plachy, to learn about her time taking the “Text, Tools, and Culture” course this winter and why she wanted to become a teacher Where are you from?…
A Gift Guide for Budding Historians
As a middle-schooler, I was obsessed with a series of Time Life books called This Fabulous Century. Each volume covered a decade of 20th-century Americ ...
Teach Your Athletes How To Land
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Learn from Nationally Recognized Historians at TEI!
Discover new ways to teach the Holocaust from university and museum historians with the most up-to-date research in the Holocaust history field. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 1st.
How to Teach in the Face of Disengagement
By Ryan S. Baker, Penn Center for Learning Analytics
Students learn to teach
Most of the advice the third grade teachers gave for teaching lessons to their students wasn’t too surprising: model enthusiasm for the subject, make sure all students are included and