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Survey of Social Studies Teachers

Kristy Brugar, of the University of Oklahoma, is collecting data about social studies teachers and their use of visual materials. If you would like to participate in this valuable research, you need only complete a short survey. You can access the online consent form and survey by clicking on the following link: https://qtrial2014az1.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bvhItoA8mFifkc5 If you have any questions, please […]

NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop at Ramapo College of NJ

Ramapo College of New Jersey is proud to offer the following Professional Development opportunity from the National Endowment of the Humanities, specially designed for K-12 Educators, and we would like to invite you to learn more about our program! The Hudson River in the 19th-Century is a “Landmarks of American History and Culture” workshop, funded […]

The New Jersey Initiative

By Hank Bitten and Peter Porter (May 2015 – with permission from AHA) New Jersey has reached a turning point in its approach to history instruction. The Standards and Model Curriculum recently adopted supports content standards by addressing the problem of passive lessons and giving school districts, especially high school teachers, the autonomy to develop […]

NJCHE.org is up and running

Due to disastrous technical issues, njche.org has been disabled for over a month.  Our server host has finally repaired the problem, but the site must be rebuilt from scratch.  We apologize for our temporarily barren appearance, but we hope to have everything back to normal within the next few weeks.  In the meantime, please find […]