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2021 NCHE Conference

April 8-11, 2021



2021 NCHE Conference

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NCHE's blog is designed to speak to the needs of history teachers. The tone is meant to be light, with a personally engaging approach that focuses on providing resources for history teachers…

Researching Service Members on the Vietnam Wall

The Vietnam war claimed the lives of over 58,000 Americans and lasted from the early 1960s until 1975. A topic such as this should get a considerable amount of attention in America’s cla…

John Heeg

8 Reasons to Teach Without a Textbook

Teaching without a textbook isn’t a new phenomenon, but the work and research involved in curating sources can seem overwhelming. Here are eight reasons why it’s worth taking the p…

Laura Miller