The AHA has launched a program for community-college faculty development that promotes a global perspective on U.S. history at the country's increasingly diverse two-year institutions. "American History, Atlantic and Pacific" will draw on a generation of innovative scholarship that has reframed the origins of the United States within a broad geographical and chronological context. Participants will work to create or revise U.S. history courses-especially the popular U.S. history survey course-with lessons, units, and other work that deepens teaching on the United States in the world.
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Experiments with PechaKucha
Bridging Cultures participant Shannon Bontrager used the PechaKucha presentation format to get his students to engage in conversation about their research projects in a Mellow Mushroom full of excited administrators, teachers, and parents. Read about how this innovative approach to a U.S. history course went on AHA Today.