The American History Association recognized several local scholars and professionals for their contributions to the field of history, including two working in public history.
As a result of my involvement with the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), I’m often asked how to introduce students to learning digitally. I have to confess I am tempted to answer, rather unhelpfully, digital pedagogy changes everything changes nothing. The more teaching I do digitally, the more I learn how to teach digitally, but I am always doing the same thing, facilitating student learning. The following tips build on the excellent work done for NITLE by Rebecca Frost Davis, Katherine D. Harris, Lisa Spiro, Kathryn Tomasek, and Adeline Koh and Jesse Stommel at Hybrid Pedagogy.
The Maryland Department of Planning and State Highway Administration have developed the Scenic Byways Resource Protection Application, a GIS-based mapping tool.
As a teacher and museum educator, one of my most difficult tasks is helping students move from a mode of […]