African Americans in Early New England

PDPs: 
10

Teachers investigate the lives of African-Americans in early New England in the context of African-American struggles for freedom across the entire arc of American History.

Pursue an inquiry-based approach to primary sources using the collections of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association and the Library of Congress.

Audience

Upper elementary teachers, secondary History teachers (Grades 3-10)

Credits

10 PDPs (requires some prior online work)

Availability

Future training dates will be announced here. If you have questions or are interested in offering this training on-site, please contact us.

Instructor(s)

  • Rich Cairn

    Rich Cairn founded the Accessing Inquiry project of Emerging America, which focuses on inclusion of ALL learners in History, Civics, and Social Science classrooms, especially students with disabilities and English Learners. 

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