April 22: Vittorio Marchis presents Autopsy of a Machine

April 22, 2013 6:00 pm Vittorio Marchis presents Autopsy of a Machine Internationally renowned for his performative public history, Vittorio Marchis is coming to Cleveland to perform an autopsy of a 1940s electrocardiograph machine (ECG), and to discuss technologies for viewing the body, including X-Ray and ECG. Combining performance art with a deep understanding of […]

Teacher Spotlight: Emily Marty

Presenting CSU Alumna Emily Marty for the April “Teacher Spotlight!” Emily Marty teaches Social Studies at Amherst Steele High School in Amherst, Ohio where she was born and raised.  Marty received her BS in Education and History from Ashland University and her MA in History at Cleveland State University.  Over the past five years Marty […]

June 17-21: Holocaust Studies for Educators Summer Workshop

The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education in Cincinnati is offering their annual Roma and Sam Kaltman Holocaust Studies for Educators Graduate-level workshop this June 17-21, 2013.  This workshop is a great experience and presents material specially designed to align with Ohio State and Common Core Standards. Visit the website or contact Alexis Storch at […]

March 20: Maltz Museum Workshop for Educators

Upcoming Educators Preview and Workshop   Spots of Light: To Be a Woman in the Holocaust  When: Wednesday, March 20 Where: The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Schedule: 3pm     Open House & Free Exploration of the Museum 4pm-6pm     Guest Lecture & Interactive Educator Workshop Spots of Light is the first international exhibition to focus exclusively […]

Cleveland State University Turkish Student Association to host Mustafa Akyol on 3/18

Cleveland State University Turkish Student Association to host Mustafa Akyol Cleveland OH– Mustafa Akyol, newspaper columnist, political commentator, and author will present at Cleveland State University on Monday, March 18 2013 at CSU FENN TOWER BALLROOM # 303.The presentation is free and open to the public. Islam Without Extremes: A Muslim Case for Liberty Date […]

New Posts Coming Soon!

This section will highlight the ways in which CSU faculty, pre-service teachers, and local teachers use educational resources like our annual Map Walk and Cleveland-area institutions to create lesson plans and ideas for secondary-level and college classrooms. Look for future posts on the 2013 Map Walk and “Reacting To The Past!”  Please email Professor Rose […]

World History Association Panel Seeks Presenter- High School Teachers welcome

This call for papers (and the World History Association Annual conference) might be interesting for world history high school teachers: Original post on the H-World network (http://www.h-net.org/~world/) From: Pete Burkholder Fairleigh Dickinson Univ burk0032@fdu.edu NOTE: Please send responses directly to Pete Burkholder at the above email address. Due to the cancelation of one of my […]

Teacher Spotlight: Elizabeth Noren

In our first “Teacher Spotlight” it is a pleasure to present CSU alumna Elizabeth Noren! Elizabeth Noren teaches Social Studies at Westlake High School in Westlake, Ohio.  She has taught diverse courses at Westlake over the past four years, including AP Art History, Honors American History and College Prep American History. Outside of the classroom, […]

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