The National Archives at Boston presents
Teaching with Documents
Original Documents and Teaching Strategies
Free workshops for Educators K-16. First & Third Thursdays, 6 - 8 P.M
For further information: 781-663-0130 or email email@example.com
All Teaching with Documents Workshops are from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
|Nov. 7 2013||Oh Freedom! They Emancipated Themselves
The road to Freedom for enslaved people was truly a stony path. The stories of Bostonís resistance to slavery reveal courage and defiance, and these stories can be told with the records of the National Archives. Weíll explore the resources and create historical narratives
|Nov. 21, 2013|| Observance of the
of the End of John
F. Kennedyís Presidency|
We are honored to welcome the U.S. Navy Band Northeast Top Brass Quintet. They will perform a concert in honor of President Kennedy in this 50th anniversary remembrance. We will reflect with readings from JFK and appropriate music performed by our nationís finest musicians.
|Dec. 5, 2013||Teach the
Teaching the Constitution is the law. Itís important and fun! The Constitution is short in length and huge in possibilities. These activities and resources are fun and easy to implement, and they fulfill your legal and civic responsibilities. Youíll leave with activities you can use tomorrow!
|Jan. 9, 2014||Research Methods: Original RecordsWork with original records from the National Archives, learn research methods, and apply these methods to teaching & learning. This Applications of Research Methods workshop fulfills a requirement for PDPs.|
Registration: Advance registration necessary. Call 781-663-0130 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register and for more details.
To earn 10 PDPs
- Attend 5 of the FREE 2-hour workshops
- "Application of Research Methods" workshop is required
Also contact us for information about other educational programs!