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Introduction/Day 1 of TAH-Heartland year 1 Summer Institute

Introduction/Day 1 of TAH-Heartland year 1 Summer Institute

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  • 1. TAH-Heartland 2009 Summer Institute
  • 2. Why are we here?
    • Here’s what the feds say:
    • “ The program is designed to raise student achievement by improving teachers' knowledge and understanding of and appreciation for traditional U.S. history.”
  • 3. Part 2
    • By helping teachers to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of U.S. history as a separate subject matter within the core curriculum, these programs will improve instruction and raise student achievement.
  • 4. Main Components of TAH-Heartland
    • Spring Institutes
      • 2009/2010/2011
    • Summer Institutes
      • 2009/2010/2011
    • Fall Online Courses
      • 2009/2010
  • 5. Main Grant Partners
    • Andover USD 385
    • Southeast Kansas Education Service Center – Greenbush
    • Pittsburg State University
    • Gilder Lehrman Institute
    • National Archives
    • Kansas Council for History Education
    • Outside Evaluator (federal reports)
  • 6. Spring 2009
    • World War II on the Great Plains
      • Historian Doug Hurt – Purdue University
      • Primary Sources
        • Dr. Hurt’s book and PPT
        • FEPC records National Archives-KC
    • Local Examples
      • No cost
  • 7. Spring 2009 Feedback
    • What did YOU learn about American history?
    • What did/will made it into your classroom? Why/how?
  • 8. Overview of Summer Institute
    • Content
      • American History
      • Historians
      • Monographs
    • Primary sources
      • Online and National Archives
  • 9.
    • Pedagogy
      • Content-specific
      • Sam Wineburg
    • Technology
      • Google Groups
      • Google Docs
  • 10. Monday
    • Grant Overview
    • Evaluation Instruments
      • Assessing Grant and NOT teachers
      • Role and how they will be used
        • National comparison
        • How PD is changing
          • US Department of Education requirements
  • 11. Monday cont’d
    • Professional Development OR
    • Graduate Credit
      • Degree Seeking
        • PSU ID # required
      • Non-Degree-Seeking
      • Paperwork completed BEFORE lunch today
  • 12. Enrollment cont’d
    • FRIDAY: Fall course enrollment
      • PSU ID #
      • GUS login
      • GUS PIN
      • Historical Cognition
        • Sam Wineburg
        • Books
  • 13. The Gilder Lehrman Institute
    • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
      • American history materials each year
      • 1 3-day institute in Year One
        • Dr. David Blight and Teacher Specialist
        • Bring his books and Lincoln History in a Box Tuesday-Thursday
      • Future: 2 historian visits
  • 14. Teacher Expertise
    • Collaboration
      • Spring Institute
      • Throughout this Week
    • Teacher Leadership Team
      • Joel Schaefer
      • Will Mallatt
      • Kevin Spritzer