August 29, 2022 to September 2, 2022
US/Eastern timezone

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Please join us for the inaugural remote, Zoom conference sponsored by H-Teach (https://networks.h-net.org/h-teach), an H-Net network for an intellectual exchange focusing on history teaching methods at all levels in diverse settings. The conference program is linked below for your reference.

Our theme for this inaugural conference, “Uncharted Territories: Teaching History, Humanities, and Social Sciences in Innovative Ways,” will resonate with teachers at all levels of the educational system and especially in history and related fields in the humanities and social sciences. In an era when educators are hit with top-down models of assessment, forced to redesign courses for remote work, confined in curricular development by book bans, and under assault over public misconceptions of supposedly teaching Critical Race Theory, this conference will provide a gathering to discuss and to learn ways to chart through the challenges teachers face in the classroom including threats to academic freedom. Our participants will also present innovative new ways to teach history and solutions to topics under threat of elimination, such as slavery or the slave trade, by political bodies across the country, providing resources for faculty development.

Thank you for attending the 2022 H-Net Teaching Conference. We sincerely thank you for your participation and support. Please consider contributing ($15 suggested) donation to help fund this and future H-Net Teaching Conferences. H-Net is an academic 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and all contributions are tax-deductible.

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H-Net is an international interdisciplinary organization of scholars and teachers dedicated to developing the enormous educational potential of the Internet and the World Wide Web. Our edited networks publish peer reviewed essays, multimedia materials, and discussions for colleagues and the interested public. The computing heart and main office of H-Net resides at the History Department, Michigan State University, but H-Net officers, editors and subscribers come from all over the globe.

To learn more about H-Net, visit https://networks.h-net.org/h-net.  If you would like to get involved at H-Net, please see https://networks.h-net.org/join-h-net.  Information on teaching with H-Net may be found at https://networks.h-net.org/node/513/pages/8021739/teaching-h-net.

Registration
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