Webinars

Online Professional Development

Looking for new ways to engage students in WWI and its enduring impact? The National WWI Museum and Memorial is expanding professional development opportunities by offering free webinars each month through 2020. See upcoming events and scroll down for videos of past events. Professional Development certificates available for live event participation.

Want to schedule a virtual visit from museum staff or a volunteer? Please email us at education@theworldwar.org.




Past Webinars


Sept. 9, 2020: Civil Rights and WWI - Watch on Facebook ›

Aug. 27, 2020: How WWI Changed Us

Aug. 25, 2020: Propaganda Posters and WWI

Aug. 20, 2020: Remembering the Tulsa Race Massacre, with Hannibal B. Johnson

Aug. 18, 2020: J.R.R. Tolkien and WWI, with John Garth  - Watch on Facebook ›

Aug. 13, 2020: The Enduring Legacy of World War I on the Middle East Today, with Dr. Lisa Adeli

Aug. 11, 2020: Influenza and Alaska’s Dena'ina population, with Aaron Leggett

Aug. 6, 2020: The Women's Hour: Our Fight for the Right to Vote, with Elaine Weiss  - Watch on Facebook ›

Aug. 4, 2020: World War I, the Paris Peace Conference, and the Origins of Global Feminism, with Dr. Mona Siegel

July 30, 2020: How to Teach WWI with Upper Elementary School Students

July 28, 2020: A Diplomatic History of World War I in the Middle East, with Dr. Lisa Adeli

July 23, 2020: Coming Home, with Dr. Jennifer Zoebelein

July 21, 2020: WWI Education - A Social History of World War I in the Middle East, with Dr. Lisa Adeli

June 19, 2020: WWI Education - Adapting to a Pandemic-Coping World, with the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission

May 29, 2020: The Treaty of Versailles and the Failure of Peace, with the National WWII Museum

May 28, 2020: 1918 Influenza Pandemic and Innovation, with the National WWII Museum

May 21, 2020: Memorialization, with Arlington National Cemetery

May 19, 2020: Suffrage and WWI, with Rhode Island Historical Society

May 5, 2020: “Case of the Century” — Sacco & Vanzetti, in collaboration with the Commonwealth Museum in Massachusetts

April 2, 2020: Resources to Teach About World War I, in collaboration with Maine Department of Education - Watch on YouTube ›

April 1, 2020: Teaching History Virtually: Enrichment Learning Strategies, in collaboration with National History Day - Watch on YouTube ›