Teacher Workshops

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We recently began offering teacher workshops at Morristown National Historical Park Library. Our workshops are designed to familiarize educators with our educational program, Primary Source Seminar, and to provide teachers with resources and valuable training in primary source use in the classroom.

If you and your students would like to participate in Primary Source Seminar or if you'd like to learn more about integrating primary sources into your lesson plans, please sign up for our fall workshop.

Student teachers and education majors are also encouraged to attend!

Professional Development

Note: The Primary Source Seminar Teacher Workshop was registered with the New Jersey Department of Education under provider number 7037, but after the adoption of N.J.A.C. 6A:9-15 the NJDOE is no longer registering professional development providers. According to NJDOE “It is now the responsibility of districts, schools or individuals to review the credentials of the providers and make their own determinations of suitability and level of expertise.”



Fall 2010 Workshop


Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Location: 30 Washington Place, Morristown, New Jersey 07960-4299

*Please use the main entrance, located on the south side of the building

Topic: Teaching Document-Based Questions (DBQs)

Contact:
Sarah Minegar
Archives Technician/Primary Source Seminar Program Coordinator
Sarah_Minegar (at) nps (dot) gov
973-539-2016 x 215
973-539-8361 (fax)

Registration Form (pdf)

View Fall 2009 Workshop Agenda (pdf)

Professional Development: The Primary Source Seminar Teacher Workshop is a full day workshop and counts toward 6 professional development hours.

Registration Required:RSVP no later than October 27, 2010. (call to check for vacancies)

(cost: free)