Teaching American History – Jacksonian America

Social Studies teachers:  (Please forward this to other Social Studies teachers that you think would be interested.)

KVEC is excited to host another Teaching American History Seminar at the Hampton Inn in Hazard. This free seminar allows Social Studies teachers (Grades 5-12) to collaborate with colleagues and engage in current historical scholarship and research with a historian that specializes in that area.

Participants will be given a certificate of participation for the six-hour seminar.

Seminar Details:

Seminar TopicJacksonian America

DescriptionThis seminar will consider Jackson’s ascendancy to President, its historical context as well as many of his controversial policies such as the Bank War, Nullification Crisis and the Indian Removal Act. 

Historian: Dr. Dennis Boman

Where: Hampton Inn 70 Morton Blvd. Hazard, KY  41701

DateThursday, Sept 27th

Time8:30 (Check-in/registration)

           9 am – 3 pm

**Registration, materials, refreshments, and lunch for this KVEC-sponsored event are free to all participants. You must register to participateRegistration is limited to the first 30 teachers who apply at the link below. Travel and substitute costs for teachers attending are the responsibility of the district.

Link to register: http://go.teachingamericanhistory.org/l/556702/2018-07-06/3txztv

If you have any questions, please email kimberly.sergent@letcher.kyschools.us

This is an incredible opportunity for our region. I hope to see you there!

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