Grant Related Sites* *clicking on the links below will open a new window - for a complete list of Teaching American History Grant web sites in the US see:
H-TAH - Teaching American History Discussion Network http://www.h-net.org/~tah/ NEW
This network covers the activities, issues, and content related to the Teaching American History program of the US Department of Education. It is not an official communications medium for the Department's staff, policies, or announcements, but it is operated as a joint partnership by the Organization of American Historians and H-Net in cooperation with the Department of Education. documents, and announcements. Visit the DISCUSSION LOGS to browse through some of the past discussions of interest to TAH grant staff and participants.
The Teaching American History Program: An Introduction and Overview: an overview of the TAH program by Alex Stein from Feb. 2003 issue of The History Teacher http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ht/36.2/stein.html
Read an article about our first grant " DeTocqueville's Ghost: Examining the Struggle for Democracy in America" in The History Teacher, February, 2003 , http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ht/36.2/pesick.html
Teaching American History Grant Program - US Department of Education which includes:
Abstracts of Funded Projects 2001 | Projects 2002 | Projects 2003 | Projects 2004 http://www.ed.gov/programs/teachinghistory/index.html
Teaching American History Resource Center - links to resources from the Organization of American Historians
Resources for those interested in applying for a TAH grant from the American Historical Association
Teaching American History.org - Mansfield City School District in partnership with the Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs at Ashland University, Ohio. This a a must see site which includes a library of primary sources documents, audio files of many guest speakers and a list of many other TAH grant websites. http://teachingamericanhistory.org
American Centuries: View from New England, Frontier Regional and Union 38 School District (Conway, Deerfield, Sunderland and Whately, Massachusetts)
The Nebraska Partnership for American History Education - one of 60 projects nationwide selected in October, 2001 provides an excellent online history resources library. and research articles on teaching and learning history .
Northeastern Wisconsin Teaching American History Program - collection of lectures and lessons online.
Cumberland Valley Consortium Teaching American History Grant
Engaging the American Past - TAH grant in Washington State with lecture handouts, a lively discussion board and other interesting resources
Teaching American History Professional Development School Network - Lincoln-Way High School District in Illinois. Site includes lesson plans and teachers' reactions to a number of the reading assignments.
The Dayton Ohio Teaching American History Project Dayton Public Schools' teachers are producing and disseminating instructional guides and lesson plans in pdf format for American history curriculum.
The Bozeman Montana Teaching American History Program: From the World of Lewis and Clark to the 'World of Tomorrowhas many documents and other interesting resources
Grant for 2004 website http://www.bozeman.k12.mt.us/history/telling/
East Baton Rouge Parish School Board in partnership with the Louisiana State Museum, and the Louisiana State Archives, and the Digital Library housed at LSU
The Northeastern Wisconsin Teaching American History Program includes pdf files with full text lectures from 2003 Summer Seminars (see history teacher toolbox)
Teaching American History in South Carolina - website for South Carolina Teaching American History Project (SCTAHP) http://www.teachingushistory.org/
Omaha Public Schools
West Morris Regional High School District, New Jersey
Broome-Tioga BOCES Binghamton New York