How Can History Teachers Make the Curriculum More Engaging?
Larry Ferlazzo with Peter Pappas, Sarah Kirby-Gonzalez
|Despite the love that many history teachers have for the subject, It can be difficult to engage students who may think that studying the founding fathers is irrelevant to them. In this segment we go looking for ways to make history more compelling and engaging.|
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Peter Pappas is a veteran of 25 years in the classroom. His work continues as blogger, keynote speaker, curriculum designer, and university adjunct. Sarah Kirby-Gonzalez is a National Board Certified fifth-grade teacher in the Folsom Cordova School District. She was a participant in the Teaching American History Grant, Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Summer Institute, and a recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
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