TLD Primary Source Activity Slam! OPEN CALL
St. Vrain Valley School District Workshop

ANUAH Trainers Workshop - Alaska

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January 2013

TLD Primary Source Activity Slam! OPEN CALL

Do you have a primary source-based activity you'd like to share? This year, for the first time, we're opening the stage to you, our loyal community of educators and primary source advocates. Interested in presenting/competing in the innaugural TLD Primary Source Activity Slam?

We are looking to showcase classroom activities that:

are primary source-based
address a Common Core Standard (choose from our provided list)
…and can be presented in under two minutes!

What's in it for you, you ask? All selected presenters will receive:

$25 iTunes or Amazon gift card
a certificate for printed primary sources
promotion and recognition among the TPS community

One grand prize winner (audience selected) will receive a Primary Source Classroom Makeover to transform your classroom into a primary source powerhouse! A consultation will be scheduled with TPS staff and TPS Master Teacher(s) to select resources and customize your classroom makeover.

Click here to register for the Slam

Only 8 activities can be chosen, so respond soon! The Deadline is February 4.

Still need to register for the conference? Under 30 seats remaining, so act fast!

Eventbrite - Teacher Librarian Day 2013: Common Ground


St. Vrain Valley School District Workshop

For the second time in 2012 TPS @ Metro State went to Longmont to work with educators from the St. Vrain Valley School District. This time, however, was a bit different as the educators were primarily English/Language Arts teachers. It turned out to be a very unique experience! more


ANUAH Trainers Workshop (AK)

TPS Western Region Coordinator Keith Patterson and TPS Master Teacher  Cindy Stout headed north last November to conduct a "train the trainer" workshop in Alaska. Hosted by Alaska Network for Understanding American History (ANUAH) coordinator Stephanie

Campbell, the three led a group of Alaskan teachers and trainers for two days, tackling issues such as adult learning, and inspiring inquiry. more


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