Document Analysis Workshops
The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum (JCLAM) education team conducts workshops for a wide range of K-16 educators. We usually conduct these sessions on site at the Carter Library, but we will also come to your school to deliver training.
Utilizing primary source materials from our holdings our workshops combine scholarly research with hands-on activities, document analysis, discussions of best practices, and are designed to help teachers meet the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS).
To schedule a workshop contact Joshua Montanari | email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: 404-865-7126 | fax: 404-865-7102
Introduction to Teaching the Carter Presidency with Primary Sources
Primary Audience: In-Service teachers. This workshop is hands-on and involves the use of facsimiles of primary source material in a variety of formats (written documents, photographs, maps, charts, etc.). All physical resources used in this workshop are from the holdings of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. Participants will leave this session with classroom-ready materials and information on resources for further study and professional improvement. Correlations to Georgia Standards of Excellence are highlighted.
Teaching History and Social Studies Using Federal Records
Primary Audiences: Pre-Service teachers; History Majors. This workshop is hands-on and involves the use of facsimiles of primary source material in a variety of formats. All physical resources used in this workshop are from the holdings of the National Archives & Records Administration. Participants will leave this session with practical skills in conducting preliminary research online, and knowledge of reliable virtual historical repositories.
Crossroads of Curriculum: The Camp David Peace Accords
Primary Audience: High School Social Studies Teachers; AP U.S. History Teachers. This workshop contextualizes the diplomatic, economic, cultural and military interactions between empires, nations and peoples in the 20th century that shaped America’s increasingly important role in the world and set the stage for The Camp David Peace Accords. This workshop will also include a session in effectively utilizing online primary sources made available on the Carter Library and National Archives websites.
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