[slides] (Panel) Don’t let History Get STEAMrolled: Practical approaches to getting kids engaged with history

Participating Panelists:

  • Patricia Violette, Executive Director of the Shirley-Eustis House;
  • Paul Wexler, a history teacher at Needham High School who has been using National History Day as a way to engage students;
  • Kyle Jenks, who wrote, produced and directed a play about Colonial history in the Mohawk Valley of upstate NY for middle school children;
  • Rayshauna Gray, a Cambridge-based blogger from Chicago and volunteer with Boston’s Museum of African American History;
  • Jason Rodriguez, writer and editor, and creator of “Colonial Comics.”
  • Moderator: Lee Wright, The History List and History Camp.

One thought on “[slides] (Panel) Don’t let History Get STEAMrolled: Practical approaches to getting kids engaged with history

  • It was a privilege to have had the opportunity to interact with such a creative, forward thinking, positive, passionate, participatory, lively and reactive group!
    I invite you to view my PPT presentation on Slide Share to see if you find any reason to pursue further collaboration.
    I patiently await the pleasure of your replies.
    Gratefully,
    Kyle

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