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Monday, May 29, 2023

Summer Reading List

 It's almost time for Teaching Montana History to go on summer hiatus. Before we go, I'd love to hear your suggestions for summer reading. I'll compile your responses as my very last post of the year. 

Changing Schools? 

If you are changing schools, please re-subscribe using your new address! We'd hate to lose touch. 

End of Year Survey

Don't forget to complete our annual survey and to share your favorite lesson. (Need more incentive? There are still two prizes waiting to be claimed.)  

Testing Supplemental Materials (Grades 8-10)

U.S. History Media Project is looking for Grade 8, 9, or 10 U.S. history teachers to participate in a study examining the impact of a supplemental digital history curriculum. The supplemental curriculum includes interactive online games focused on key moments in U.S. history along with learning activities. I know nothing about the study, the project, or these resources (so this is not an endorsement.) They will pay teachers $500 as a thank you for participating. If you are interested, click on the link above.

For those of you for whom school has ended, may you have a stress-fee and restorative summer. And for those of you still in the throes of the last days, I send my best wishes for ending strong.


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