WWI 360: Teach Like an Ace

An Interactive and Interdisciplinary WWI Teacher Workshop in 360 Minutes

This one-day workshop, sponsored by the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission, offers a blend of meaningful content and primary-source focused methods for teaching WWI and its enduring impact. Learn to debunk common WWI misconceptions, how to teach beyond the Western Front and why we need to teach WWI now more than ever.


Who should attend

5-12th grade educators interested in integrating WWI into humanities.


Registration

Registration costs covered with generous appreciation to the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission.


Participants receive

  • Six hours of professional development (in most states)
  • Cross-curricular teaching resources from the collection of the National WWI Museum and Memorial including:
    • Copyright-free image, audio and document primary source sets
    • Historical deliberation discussion guides
    • Ready-to-use lesson plans with media enhancement opportunities for 1:1 classroom
    • Student activities aligned with educational standards
  • Opportunity for publication with National WWI Museum and Memorial
  • Catered lunch and lots of coffee (we understand what fuels the army and the educator)

Locations & Dates


April 11, 2019 — North Carolina Museum of History, | Raleigh, NC
World War I and the Middle East - Register online


Past Events


Feb. 23, 2019 — Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona | Tucson, Ariz.
Sponsored by University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) and the National WWI Museum and Memorial. Co-sponsored by Arizona Council for History Education; Arizona State University School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies; and Helios Education Foundation.

Jan. 25, 2019 — Auburn University | Auburn, Ala.

Oct. 27, 2018 — William J. Clinton Presidential Center | Little Rock, Ark.
Made possible with generous support from the U.S. World War One Centennial Commission, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, the Clinton Foundation and the National WWI Museum and Memorial