June 16, 2021

News, Opportunities, Resources & PD from the Library & TPS Consortium

News, Opportunities, Resources Concerts from the Library Information | Premiering on Facebook | Watch on YouTube Global Resource Fair U.S. Department of State Online June 22 - 24 11:00 am - 5:00 pm EST Free | Information & registration Grab the Mic June Newsletter Jayson Reynolds | Read Hidden Folklorists and Hidden Spirituals on the Folklife Today Podcast Read about it | Listen Japanese Storytelling: Kamishibai and Ukiyo-e Minerva's … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 10

  Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 10 While the newsletter is on summer hiatus, keep up with the news on Twitter. CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 9

  Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 9 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons Champions of Change Students analyze a variety of primary sources to … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 8

Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 8 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons Making a Mark: Marching & Leaping Towards Reform Students make connections between protest, reform, and legacy through … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 7

Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 7 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons Do Our Parks Do What They Are Supposed to Do? Students analyze primary source images and texts to investigate Frederick Law … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 6

Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 6 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share Map: Poetry & Environmental Justice Students analyze images and the poem, "Map", and discuss how diverse sources provide context to the theme of environmental justice, then … [Read more...]

TPS Spotlight: University of the Arts

Funded by a grant from the Library of Congress, the Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program at the University of the Arts leverages UArts faculty and local arts organization partners to utilize the vast cultural resources of our nation’s library for K-12 teachers and their students. The program's unique professional development opportunities and resources focus on enhancing cross-curricular learning by helping teachers incorporate arts-based primary resources into dynamic classroom … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 5

  Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 5 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons Disability Activists Creating Change Students examine the … [Read more...]

Citizen U Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 4

Bulletin Volume 2, Issue 4 SUBSCRIBE CIVICS IN ACTION Citizen U Weaving civics across grades and disciplines Click the links to access, like and share New Lessons Tactics in the March to Suffrage Students examine the tactics supporters of the woman suffrage movement used in their long … [Read more...]

Finding Resources: LOC.gov Teachers’ Section

The Teachers section of the Library of Congress website is chock full of ready-made classroom materials, free professional development and many more resources for educators. Below we describe the resources and provide links to get you what you need quickly. Teaching with Primary Sources Partner Program grantees, who comprise the TPS Consortium, deliver TPS professional development and academic courses, design curriculum and apps/online interactives using primary sources from the Library’s … [Read more...]