Blogs tagged "interpretation"

“Let Us Now Praise” National History Day

National History Day winners from Connecticut, 2014
National History Day, held every year in June at the University of Maryland College Park, is an outstanding opportunity for students to engage in a serious academic competition in the humanities and to acquire the prestige that comes from participation in such a competition. This year over 600,000 students will take part, along with 25,000 teachers.Read More »
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Balancing Technology and the Humanities

Common Core word cloud
Ashley Kim is an intern this summer at EDSITEment. She is a rising senior in the Department of Politics at Princeton University with interests in American politics and political theory. Read More »
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What’s happening to the APUSH course and exam? Part Two

Waylon Lewallen is an APUSH Teacher at Spring Hill High School, Hope, Arkansas.Last week I discussed the changes to the APUSH course and promised a further discussion about changes to the exam.The AP US History exam is three hours and 15 minutes long and includes both a 100-minute multiple choice/short answer section (Part I) and a 95-minute free response section (Part II). Each section is divided into two parts.Read More »
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What’s happening to the APUSH course and exam? Part One

Waylon Lewallen in front of Monticello, Virginia
Waylon Lewallen is an APUSH teacher at Spring Hill High School, Hope, Arkansas.Read More »
Categories Closer Readings