My 5 Favorite Props to Use in Programs

One thing that every interpreter has to do to be effective is to get and keep…


Cracking the Nut to Reach Large Urban School Districts

As outreach educators in the museum world, many of us dream of taking our…


2015 AASLH Re-Cap: Criteria for Assessing Program Ideas

At the 2015 AASLH Annual Meeting, the Educators and Interpreters Committee…


Distance Learning: A Teacher's Perspective, Part 2

Recently Dan Jones, an 8th grade social studies, reading, and language arts…


The Value of Distance Learning: A Teacher's Perspective, Part 1

Dan Jones, an 8th grade social studies, reading and language arts teacher from…


The Future of Education: The Role of Museums and Historical Organizations

The Center for the Future of Museums at the American Alliance of Museums put…


Using Games to Teach History: The Oregon Trail Case Study

At the AASLH Annual Meeting in St. Paul this past September, I had the good…


Would You Buy a Bus?

I happened to see this article from 89.3 KPCC - Southern California Public…


Connecting to Educators - Back to Basics: Audience Input

Recently I was asked to lead a webinar on connecting with educators for Ohio…


Where are the School Groups?

As the Curator/Director of a historic house in a small town, I hear the…