History Matters Volume 26

September 2013 October 2013 November 2013 December 2013 January 2014
February 2014 March 2014 April 2014 May 2014 June 2014
 

September 2013

"Compartmentalizing History"
by Christopher Brick

"Teaching Interwar Intersections Through Analysis of Visual Materials"           by Kristy Brugar

"Navigating Stormy Seas"
by Bruce Lesh

 

October 2013

"Reconstruction: America's First Progressive Era
by Douglas Egerton     

"Bridging the American Civil War and Reconstruction with Photographs"
by Andrew Dangel

"The Common Core from 30,000 Feet"
by Jim Cameron
                                                                                                      
 


November 2013

"Why New Mexico Matters"
by Tom Connors

"The Truth Before Brown V. Board of Education"
by Millicent Brown

"U.S. Civil Rights Oral History"
by Lucinda Evans

"National History Day"
by Lynne O'Hara
 

December 2013

"NCHE, C3, and the Importance of History in the Schools"
by Fritz Fischer

"Historical Thinking: The Highest Form of Civic Action"
by Sarah Drake Brown

"History Paralysis"                                                           
by Will Fitzhugh


 

January 2014

"Why Study History?"
by Paul Gagnon

"Unpacking Andrew Jackson's Common Man in Two Documents"
by Sean Adams

"The Underground Railroad and Black History Beyond our Borders"
by Tina Storer

"Legislating Curriculum"
by Nathan McAlister

"Artifacts Teach"
by William Virden
 
February 2014

"Citizenship Schools and the Civil Rights Movement"
by Laura Westhoff

"Let's Resurrect History's Habits of Mind"
by Joan Musbach








 

March 2014

"Considering Multiple Perspectives and Reverse Immigration when Teaching the American Revolution"
by Tina Storer

"Artifacts and Process: Effective Classroom Practice"
by William Virden

"The Civil War Trust Launches the Teacher's Regiment"
by James Percoco

"Twenty Reasons why High School Students are Getting Less History Instruction than Students Did Ten Years Ago"
by Jim Buxton

 
April 2014

"A Historical Review of John Dewey and Thomas Jefferson's Educational Views"
by David Landers

"Review: Carol Berkin's Wondrous Beauty"
by Beth Scarbrough

"Books that Truly Matter: A Personal View"
by Keith Wheelock


 

May 2014

"Help Students Make the Most of their Visit to the Museum"
by Lisa Gilbert

"Historical Thinking Equals Creating the Story from Evidence"
by Jenny Fanelli

"Do You Speak History?"
by Flannery Burke

"Perfecting the Argument: How Common Core Standards Can 
Improve Writing
"
by Andrew Dangel
 
June 2014

"Advanced Placement History: A Focus on Historical Thinking Skills"
by Lawrence Charap          

"The Chronozoom Project"
by Kimberly Ann Hirsch