The History Professional Development Committee invites you to a discussion with Richard Schramm and his colleagues from the National Humanities Center about their online pedagogical resource, TeacherServe, on Thursday, November 12 from 10:00 – 11:00 am, to be held in Friedl 225.
TeacherServe is a collection of both instructional guides and individual lesson plans that are written by academic professionals for high school instructors and students. Contributing to TeacherServe offers a valuable opportunity for current graduate students to practice writing about their historical time period for non-academic audiences and to develop pedagogical materials geared towards online learning environments.
In the workshop, Richard Schramm will offer an overview of the platform and outline specific ways that graduate students might be able to contribute to this project.
An Introduction to TeacherServe, with Richard Schramm, National Humanities Center
Hosted by the History Professional Development Committee
Thursday, Nov. 12 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Coffee and donuts will be provided. Please RSVP by Wednesday, Nov. 11.
This workshop is open to graduate students and faculty members from any discipline in the humanities.