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December 4: CMA Educator’s Night Out w/ CSU Alumna Beth Noren

Learn more about using artwork as primary sources and the educational resources at the Cleveland Museum of Art! This week’s “Educator’s Night Out” features CSU Alumna Beth Noren on  December 4 from 6-7:30 pm From the CMA Facebook page: Educator’s Night Out: Artworks as Primary Sources Artworks often give clues about life in a specific […]

October 30: Dreyfus Affair Panel at Maltz Museum

Exciting panel at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, 2929 Richmond Rd Beachwood, OH 44122 on October 30 In conjunction with a world-premiere exhibition “TRAITOR! Spies, Lies and Justice Denied: The Dreyfus Affair,” Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage are co-hosting a panel of legal professionals to discuss the Dreyfus Affair trials, […]

Teacher Spotlight: Nathaniel Wolshuck

Presenting CSU Alum Nathaniel Wolshuck for the first 2013-2014 Teacher Spotlight! Nathaniel Wolshuck is a Social Studies teacher at Marion L. Steele High School in Amherst, Ohio. He teaches a variety of courses at Steele High School, including Advanced Placement European History, Advanced Placement Government and Politics: United States and Freshman World History. Wolshuck was […]

August 1 & 2: Global Teacher Institute at the ESC

The ESC of Cuyahoga County invites you to participate in the Global Teacher Institute, Fostering Innovation in Education, on Aug. 1st and 2nd at the ESC’s Eastridge PD Center at 5700 W. Canal Rd, Valley View. The Institute sessions will explore innovative pedagogical methods, education, business and community connections, and local and global resources for those […]

Teaching World History through Objects

At Cleveland State we strive to take pre-service Social Studies teachers in our upper-level World History course beyond the memorization of names, places and dates.  We focus on the discipline of history and the many historical lenses scholars use to teach and analyze world history.  To this end, my students read Vermeer’s Hat: the Seventeenth […]

Teacher Spotlight: Kevin Braaten

Presenting Berea-Midpark High School’s Kevin Braaten for the June Teacher  Spotlight! Kevin Braaten has taught Social Studies at Berea-Midpark High School for ten years.  Braaten earned his bachelor’s degree in History and Secondary Education at Baldwin-Wallace College and his Masters’ Degree in Education from Marygrove College.  He just finished his sixteenth year as a teacher […]

Teacher Spotlight: Justin Hons

We are pleased to present CSU Alum Justin Hons for the May Teacher Spotlight! Justin Hons is a Social Studies teacher at Cleveland Heights High School where he teaches World History (Modern and Ancient) this year. In the past he has taught American History (Modern), Street Law, Global Issues, Bioethics and Psychology.  Hons completed his […]

June 10: OCHE Teacher Workshop in Youngstown

Excellent opportunity for middle and high school teachers to work with the Yad Vashem curriculum “Echoes and Reflections” in Youngstown: The Ohio Council on Holocaust Education is hosting an elective Workshop at no charge to attendees, Monday, June 10, 2013, at Youngstown State University, located in Youngstown, Ohio. The Workshop will be presented in Kilcawley […]

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 […]

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