Teaching and Learning History

Annual Meeting Teaching Sessions

  • 1.  Annual Meeting Teaching Sessions

    Posted 12-30-2013 01:45:00 PM
    This message has been cross posted to the following Discussions: The Preparation of Historians and Teaching and Learning History .
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    Preparing to Teach

    The following sessions all address current research and activity in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in history specifically, and/or focus on how history doctoral programs might better integrate teaching preparation into the training of graduate students.

    I encourage members of the teaching and learning community to attend as many as interest you, and help the AHA continue this important conversation in person as well as online!

    Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Why Should We Engage? (Session 3)

    Training Graduate Students to Teach: Berkeley's 'Teaching at the University' Course (Session 27)

  • Building a Career around the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History (Session 78)

  • How to Integrate the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning into Graduate Programs (Session 159)

  • The Feedback Loop: Historians Talk about the Links between Research and Teaching (Session 237)

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    Julia Brookins
    American Historical Assoc.
    Washington DC
    jbrookins@historians.org
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  • 2.  RE:Annual Meeting Teaching Sessions

    Posted 01-02-2014 10:21:00 AM

    The Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching met today at the AHA Annual Meeting.

    I'm attaching the handouts and two slide presentations, as well as the final schedule--several presenters were unable to get the event, so we condensed the final two sessions.  John Savagian of Alverno College wasn't present, but I've included his materials so that we can benefit from them.

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    Julia Brookins
    American Historical Assoc.
    Washington DC
    jbrookins@historians.org
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  • Building a Career around the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History (Session 78)

  • How to Integrate the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning into Graduate Programs (Session 159)

  • The Feedback Loop: Historians Talk about the Links between Research and Teaching (Session 237)

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    Julia Brookins
    American Historical Assoc.
    Washington DC
    jbrookins@historians.org
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  • 3.  RE:Annual Meeting Teaching Sessions

    Posted 02-06-2014 02:57:00 PM

    Hello again,

    As some of you might have noticed, the AHA YouTube channel has posted video recordings of several presentations from the Thursday morning Undergraduate Teaching Workshop. If you want to recap what you saw, or find out what you missed, please take a look!

    --Julia

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    Julia Brookins
    American Historical Assoc.
    Washington DC
    jbrookins@historians.org
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  • Building a Career around the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History (Session 78)

  • How to Integrate the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning into Graduate Programs (Session 159)

  • The Feedback Loop: Historians Talk about the Links between Research and Teaching (Session 237)

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    Julia Brookins
    American Historical Assoc.
    Washington DC
    jbrookins@historians.org
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