Course Description

Credit Validation for NCTE Only

The New Perspectives on Primary Sources (NPPS) Project offers approximately 60 hours of professional learning alongside the opportunity to contribute to an instructional unit and chapter for an NCTE edited book. Cohort members need to apply and be selected to be part of this program.

Learner Outcomes

  • Meet consistently for a 90-minute workshop session with NPPS facilitators, examining the use of primary sources in the high school English classroom
  • Engage in additional, regular virtual visits with LOC/TPS partners in either real time or by viewing recordings
  • Contribute lesson plans, vignettes, or other materials to an NCTE edited book that provides instructional guidance on Teaching with Primary Sources in secondary ELA-oriented classrooms, with particular inclusion of digital writing and critical media literacy

Course Details

Number of Units: 5.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours

Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for current educators teaching in classrooms in the field of English, literature, writing, speech communication, media studies, school librarians, and journalism.


Cohort members need to apply and be selected to be part of this program.

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