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See below for the latest examples of best practices in inquiry-driven active learning doing history and social studies in northern Arizona. 

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  • WHA Presenter Leisl and Logan

NAHA TAH Grant Affiliates Present at WHA

Six secondary teachers and eleven historians presented their scholarship and teaching ideas at the 2013 Western History Association (WHA) conference. Their panels focused on “Frontiers, Borderlands, and Imagined Places,” “Tourism, Gender, and Race,” and “Using Space and Place.”  This group met as part of a collaborative effort between the WHA, the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Western Region, and the NAHA TAH program.

For presenters and session titles,please click here.
Click here to see their showcased lesson plans.