Category Archives: Teacher History Workshops

Encouraging a Passion for History

Earlier this week I travelled to Cooperstown to participate as a judge at New York State History Day. Sponsored by the New York State Historical Association, New York State History Day serves thousands of students in hundreds of school districts … Continue reading

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Teachers as Students

There’s a saying that “teachers make the worst students.” This hasn’t been my experience at Fort Ticonderoga. Over the past several years I’ve had the pleasure of working with a number of dedicated, innovative teachers as part of my job … Continue reading

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On the Road

One of the parts of my job I enjoy the most is the opportunity to get out into the surrounding area to work with different audiences, from a group of 6th grade students developing project topics for this year’s National … Continue reading

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Working with Teachers at Fort Ticonderoga

Later this week Fort Ticonderoga will be co-hosting a teacher education course with the Living History Education Foundation (LHEF). This marks the eleventh year we’ve collaborated with LHEF, serving nearly 400 teachers over that time. During the course, teachers from … Continue reading

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