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Nov 11: Veteran’s Day Event and Panel at Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic is showing an abridged version of the documentary “Last Days in Vietnam” at their Veterans Day Celebration on November 11 from 5-7 pm at the Intercontinental Hotel.  This is a great opportunity for teachers and students to see the documentary and the accompanying panel with Vietnam Veterans including Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove. Register for […]

CIFF Films for Social Studies

The CIFF is almost here!  As I browsed the Cleveland International Film Festival College Program schedule today I made a list of films that could be useful to Social Studies and history teachers.  The list grew and grew, so I concluded this is a task best crowdsourced! Here is my list of CIFF films that […]

3/19-3/30: Cleveland International Film Festival

The CIFF is here!  Check out the college program for information on free film screenings for college students: http://www.clevelandfilm.org/college The CIFF is a great opportunity to see new films and trends in cinema. Keep an eye out for film screenings and discussions. Which film(s) are you looking forward to most?  Let us know in the comments!

February 9: RASHAD Black History Month Concert

Join CSU history professor Regennia Williams for the first concert in RASHAD’s “Concerts Around Cleveland” series to celebrate Black History Month!  The concert will take place on February 9 at 3 pm in Trinity Cathedral.  For full details see the CSU tumblr: http://clevelandstate.tumblr.com/post/75185417767/black-history-month-concert-celebrates-william

Teacher Spotlight: Mark Pecot

We are pleased to present Mark Pecot of St. Ignatius High School for the February Teacher Spotlight! Mark Pecot has been teaching history for 17 years. He earned his BA in history and secondary education at Marquette University and his MA in American history at John Carroll University. Pecot began his career in Ann Arbor, […]

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