Teaching History: A Journal of Methods

Professional publication covering teaching ideas for history teachers at all levels.

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, Fall

Designing a Holocaust Institute for Educators: Opportunities and Problems
A willingness to provide leadership, to seek private funds, and to interest colleagues to participate constitute critical elements in establishing a teaching institute to explore a significant historical issue. With good fortune, the results of an...
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The Trial of Napoleon: A Case Study for Using Mock Trials
During a recent semester, in an effort to promote active learning in the classroom and get students involved in history, I structured a class around a fictitious trial of Napoleon I, Emperor of France. I wanted the students to share my enthusiasm for...
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