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Do you not have enough time to create the curriculum that you want for your students?
Are you feeling burned out and need some guidance on how to effectively navigate your teaching practice?
Do you want to regain your life outside the classroom, but still provide useful and engaging lessons for your students?
Seek out the support to create customized and personalized curriculum and instruction materials, resources, and methods for successful and active student-centered learning in your classroom.
Tap into my extensive teaching experience at the secondary and collegiate levels to efficiently elevate your teaching and learning practice in history, interdisciplinary, and information literacy courses!
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My Favorite Teaching & Learning Resources
The Choices Program, from Brown University, provides substantive, ready-made units and lessons on a wide range of historical and current topics.
Why I love the Choices program?
I can adapt and implement whole units or individual lessons into my teaching practice, based on what historical topics and skill-based learning that I want to focus on with my students.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute provides a wealth of knowledge, programs, and resources for teaching and learning American history.
Why I love Gilder Lehrman?
- I use their resources, including their AP U.S. History guide, in my teaching practice.
- I have taken four of their graduate-level history courses to improve my knowledge and understanding of relevant topics, including the Civil War, Jefferson presidency, and world wars.
- I have attended two of their summer institutes (Stanford University and Brown University), which were once in a lifetime opportunities to work with top historical scholars and fellow educators.