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Teaching with Historic Places
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - Drew University's Historic Preservation Program, Teaching with Historic Places, National Park Service, historic preservation education
Contributed By: Drew University's Historic Preservation Program
Email The Author: plaprey@drew.edu
Website: http://www.drew.edu/cue/preservation.aspx

New Jersey is home to a wealth of historic resources that can bring the study of American history alive-from Washington's hardships during the American Revolution, to 19th century farm life, to the cultural shifts of the Industrial Revolution.

How well are YOU utilizing NJ's historic resources in your educational programs?

Teaching With Historic Places, a program offered through Drew University's Historic Preservation Program, is a workshop designed for teachers, museum and historic site volunteers, educators, and anyone else interested in learning how place can be used to teach history and social studies to children ages 8-13. Using The Teaching with Historic Places program, developed by the National Park Service, as a resource, participants develop their own customized lessons for a specific site. Hands-on activities and field study make this workshop a dynamic experience you won't want to miss!

Taught by Janice Armstrong, the Director of Education for Fleming Castle, this workshop will be held on Drew University's campus in Madison, New Jersey from July 28-30, 2008. The cost for this program is $450.

To register for this class or to receive more information about Drew's Certificate in Historic Preservation, please call 973-408-3400 or visit our website at http://www.drew.edu/cue/preservation.aspx


Keywords: Drew University's Historic Preservation Program, Teaching with Historic Places, National Park Service, historic preservation education

Posted: April 20, 2008
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