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Thursday, November 6

  1. page home edited Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) with the Library of Congress Introduction to the Library o…

    Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) with the Library of Congress
    Introduction to the Library of Congress: America's Library for Educators
    http://www.loc.gov/teachers/
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    Intro for Teachershttp://tps.waynesburg.edu/TPS_2010_Eastern_Region_Conference/about_conference.htmTeachers
    TPS Eastern Region program

    American Memory Timeline: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/timeline/
    https://tps.waynesburg.edu/eregionTeachers Page on the Library of Congress web site
    http://www.ncsce.net/
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    Thinking K-12 is
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    In addition, twenty curriculum development mini-grants will be provided for teacher projects utilizing inquiry based methodologies that will be supported by our Library Media Specialists. The projects will develop new skills connecting regional historical events and materials to national topics and issues represented in the Library of Congress collection. Projects will be posted upon completion on this wiki and will be distributed through our affiliates who will permanently house and promote these models through their websites, educational events and newsletters.
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Tuesday, December 13

  1. page Basics of Library of Congress edited ... Click on Search Explore Results Making Navigating the Library of Congress Easier: http://ww…
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    Making Navigating the Library of Congress Easier: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/professionaldevelopment/teacherinstitute/docs/09/NECCHandout.pdf
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    Summary of Free LOC Workshops: http://memory.loc.gov/learn//educators/video/index.html
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    Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) with the Library of Congress
    Introduction to the Library of Congress: America's Library for Educators
    http://www.loc.gov/teachers/
    Library of Congress Intro for Teachershttp://tps.waynesburg.edu/TPS_2010_Eastern_Region_Conference/about_conference.htm
    American Memory Timeline: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/timeline/
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Sunday, December 4

  1. page Jackson List edited {Barrett.jpg} Prof. John Q. BarrettProfessor John Q. Barrett, who is writing the biography of …

    {Barrett.jpg} Prof. John Q. BarrettProfessor John Q. Barrett, who is writing the biography of Supreme Court Justice and Nuremberg chief prosecutor Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954), sends periodic emails about Jackson-related topics to a list that now reaches more than 20,000 interested readers.
    The Jackson list does not display recipient identities or distribute their email addresses. To join, send a request to barrettj@stjohns.edu.
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    http://www.stjohns.edu/academics/graduate/law/faculty/profiles/Barrett/JacksonList.sju
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Tuesday, October 18

  1. page home edited ... Library of Congress Intro for Teachershttp://tps.waynesburg.edu/TPS_2010_Eastern_Region_Confer…
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    Library of Congress Intro for Teachershttp://tps.waynesburg.edu/TPS_2010_Eastern_Region_Conference/about_conference.htm
    American Memory Timeline: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/timeline/
    https://tps.waynesburg.edu/eregion
    http://www.ncsce.net/

    Using the Library of Congress to Support the Study of History through Critical Thinking K-12 is a program dedicated to the collaboration between Library Media Specialists and Social Studies and English Language Arts instructors. This inquiry based initiative is focused upon research of local history and the incorporation of Library of Congress sources in the classroom. The project will begin within a well-networked consortium of school districts and teachers. We will conduct a monthly “History Dinner Club” consisting of six historians presenting lectures on the local aspects of immigration, manufacturing, Native American issues, women’s suffrage, western expansion, and the Underground Railroad. Local TPS staff will join these historians to link their content to Library of Congress resources.
    In addition, twenty curriculum development mini-grants will be provided for teacher projects utilizing inquiry based methodologies that will be supported by our Library Media Specialists. The projects will develop new skills connecting regional historical events and materials to national topics and issues represented in the Library of Congress collection. Projects will be posted upon completion on this wiki and will be distributed through our affiliates who will permanently house and promote these models through their websites, educational events and newsletters.
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Tuesday, August 10

Tuesday, June 29

  1. page All TPS Projects edited ... Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School Wires Across the Sky: Electrifying America http://cb…
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    Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School
    Wires Across the Sky: Electrifying America http://cbroughton.pbworks.com
    Article on Fieldtrip Candace's Class took to Washington D.C.:
    http://www.buffalonews.com/2010/06/26/1095151/students-lead-the-way-toward-greener.html

    Pam Brown
    Jamestown Public Schools
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Wednesday, June 23

  1. page All TPS Projects edited ... Forestville Central School Cushing Memorial Civil War Camp Teaching Kits Project ... proje…
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    Forestville Central School
    Cushing Memorial Civil War Camp Teaching Kits Project
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    project page.doc} {Cushing Memorial Civil War Camp Student Challenges.pdf} {Cushing Memorial Civil War Camp Challenge - answer key.pdf}
    Traci Langworthy
    Jamestown Community College
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