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Begin this Exploration and Bring History into Today's Classroom
Historical Spotlights - World War I is designed for K-14 educators to critically examine the history of WWI, the historical context and diplomatic relations that led to the war, the spark that ignited the conflict, evolution of modern warfare, with emphasis on how the war impacted our modern world. Participants will conclude with a final course project in which a virtual learning experience is created for K-14 students.
- Examine the origins, history, and lasting impact of World War I
- Describe ways in which an understanding of the history of World War I, and how it shaped the modern world, is valuable as an educator
- Utilize materials related to the history of World War I to create media-rich instruction for K-14 students
Number of Units: 2.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for teachers (Grade K-14) looking to reignite their passion for history, interested in a cross-curricular approach, and interested in developing civic-minded students.
Course Materials: Audio Course, The Modern Scholar: World War I: The Great War and the World It Made by John Ramsden, available online at audible.com, iTunes, and Amazon.com to download. Materials may also be available at or from: eBay, Craig's List, public libraries, or your school library.
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Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s), Professional Programs and Series
- Historical Spotlights Series : Courses - Enroll in One or More