The OAH Distinguished Lectureship Program, a speakers bureau devoted to American history, features more than 30 historians who speak about teaching history, including:
- Teaching students to read critically and ask good questions.
- Developing students' high-order thinking skills and habits through historical inquiry.
- Integrating images, maps, online resources, and visual strategies in teaching.
- Using history to teach literacy skills including critical reading and analytical writing skills.
- Teaching with primary documents.
Seasoned leaders of teacher workshops, OAH Distinguished Lecturers can offer professional development opportunities suitable for history and English language arts teachers who are adapting to Common Core state standards.
Click below to read more about individual speakers. To schedule a guest speaker for your next in-service or preservice teacher workshop, or to request more information, contact the lectureship program coordinator.
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