Video: Teacher Presentations, 198 String Ban and More from the Sounds of American History Gala
Reposted from csudigitalhumanities.org
After three years of successful instruction and collaboration, the Sounds of American History program is coming to an end. Even though programming continues this summer, the official closing of Sounds was marked with a Gala Event at Cleveland State University on May 6th, 2010. Our partners at the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County have put together a nice video highlighting both the enjoyable music of the 198 String Band and the impressive accomplishments of some of our participating teachers (including fascinating multimedia primary source presentations and even a new independently-created professional development website, teachersfortomorrow.net). Sounds has been a great experience all around, and represents not just a program of continuing education, but also the creation of a new community, centered around teaching American History in Northeast Ohio, and including participating teachers, project staff at ESC, faculty and staff at CSU, and a great many historical and educational professionals from other regions and institutions who came to Sounds events to share their expertise. To all involved, thank you for making Sounds of American History a success.
To view the video, visit the original post at csudigitalhumanities.org
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