Every year the Library’s education specialists bring Library of Congress resources to conferences in major cities across the United States. We look forward to meeting educators and providing suggestions on teaching with the Library’s digitized primary source collections.
I’m delighted to introduce the Library of Congress 2011-2012 Teacher in Residence, Earnestine Sweeting to the readers of this blog.
Register to attend the Library of Congress Exploring the Early Americas Teacher Institutes in Washington, D.C. Participants will leave with strategies and materials they can use in their schools.
But you don’t have to come to Washington to bring the National Book Festival to your students. The Book Festival’s Kids and Teachers site is the key to enjoying the Book Festival experience no matter where you are.
The Library of Congress now bids farewell to its own rock star ambassador to the K-12 education community: our 2010-2011 Teacher in Residence, Sara Suiter.
The city of brotherly love welcomed the Library of Congress with open arms as the ISTE 2011 conference got underway.
On Monday June 27, the Library of Congress will be opening its booth at ISTE 2011, the International Society for Technology in Education’s annual gathering in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia has always been a great place for gatherings, from the Continental Congress to the present day, and the Library will continue that tradition when its staff joins ISTE 2011, the International Society for Technology in Education’s annual gathering at the end of June. The Library of Congress will be there to present effective strategies […]
How are primary sources impacting teachers? Hear from our 2011 Library of Congress Teacher Institute participants.
Discover and discuss ways to bring the power of Library of Congress primary sources into the classroom.