May 9-10, TPS Presenting at Wyoming Social Studies Conference

The World, Wyoming and Wolves; Primary Sources from the Library of Congress as Informational Text, Elementary Edition!
Utilizing primary sources as informational text provides a relevant, engaging and effective learning experience for elementary level students. We'll investigate primary sources from a variety of lenses to include; cultural and physical geography of the world, Wyoming's unique cultural and historical identity and examples of the world's fauna. Learn how to enrich your curriculum with free online digitized primary sources from a variety of genres through the Library of Congress to include: motion pictures, photographs, WPA Posters and songs from the National Jukebox.

The World, Wyoming and Wolves; Primary Sources from the Library of Congress as Informational Text, Secondary Edition!
Utilizing primary sources as informational text provides a relevant, engaging and effective learning experience for secondary level students. We'll investigate primary sources from a variety of lenses to include; cultural and physical geography of the world, Wyoming's unique cultural and historical identity and examples of the world's fauna . Learn how to enrich your curriculum with free online digitized primary sources from a variety of genres through the Library of Congress to include; motion pictures, photographs, WPA Posters and songs from the National Jukebox.

The Library of Congress Website; Congress, Primary Source Sets, Blogs and More!
The Library of Congress online resources provide teachers with a wealth of useful primary source documents and tools to enhance your teaching. We'll have access to over 34 million digitized primary sources to use in the classroom. Join me to explore exhibitions, primary source sets, Congress.gov, popular webcasts, Read.gov and the Library of Congress Blogs.

Calendar of Events

 

Essentials Exploration at Centerra Sept 6th.

TPS-UNC at York International School - September 19th

TPS-UNC Leadership Academy Showcase - September 20th

We don't have fall dates confirmed yet but we have two special topics workshops planned- Ciphers, Codes, and Spies: Oh My! and Music: US History Through Sound and Meter