Exploring Texas History Workshop Series

Staff DevelopmentTSHA's Exploring Texas Workshop Series is proud to announce the dates and locations for its 2017-2018 academic year. *****Texas History Workshop: Focus: 1682 to present, July 21 2017, Region 16 Education Service Center, 5800 Bell Street, Amarillo, TX 79109. ****Energizing Texas History Conference: Focus: Prehistory to 1835 August 7-8, 2017, Region 10 Education Service Center, 400 E. Spring Valley Rd., Richardson, TX 75081. ****Discovering Texas History Conference, Focus: 1836 to 1900, November 7, 2017 Thompson Conference Center, 2405 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin, TX 78712, November 8, 2017 Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78701. *****Encountering Texas History Conference: Focus: 1900 to present, February 5-6, 2018, Aldine Child Nutrition Department, 1802 Aldine Bender, Houston, TX 77032. The Texas State Historical Association is proud to partner with the Regional Education Service Centers and school districts to expand the offerings of professional development for Texas history teachers. In addition, we partner with other institutions and groups to create additional opportunities and provide the highest quality service. This workshop series is intended to provide timely and accessible historical content and pedagogical advice from renowned scholars, respected classroom practitioners, and organizations with expertise in the fields of history, geography, economics, civics, and skill building. Exploring Texas Workshop Series proudly bringing teachers and resources together since 2011.
Start Date/Time:2016-05-04 12:54:00
End Date/Time:2017-05-03 12:54:00
Source:Texas State Historical Association
URL:https://tshaonline.org/education/teachers/exploringtexas
Grade Level:Both
TEKS:4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.1(D), 4.1(C), 4.2(A), 4.2(B), 4.2(C), 4.2(D), 4.2(E), 4.3(A), 4.3(B), 4.3(C), 4.3(D), 4.3(E), 4.4(A), 4.4(B), 4.4(C), 4.4(D), 4.5(A), 4.5(B), 4.5(C), 4.6(A), 4.6(B), 4.7(A), 4.7(B), 4.7(C), 4.8(A), 4.8(B), 4.8(C), 4.9(A), 4.9(B), 4.9(C), 4.10(A), 4.10(B), 4.11(A), 4.11(B), 4.11(C), 4.12(A), 4.12(B), 4.12(C), 4.12(D), 4.12(E), 4.12(F), 4.13(A), 4.13(B), 4.13(C), 4.13(E), 4.14(A), 4.14(B), 4.15(A), 4.15(B), 4.15(C), 4.16(A), 4.16(B), 4.16(C), 4.16(D), 4.17(A), 4.17(B), 4.17(C), 4.17(D), 4.17(E), 4.18(A), 4.18(B), 4.19(A), 4.19(B), 4.19(C), 4.20(A), 4.20(B), 4.20(C), 4.21(A), 4.21(B), 4.21(C), 4.21(D), 4.21(E), 4.22(A), 4.22(B), 4.22(C), 4.22(D), 4.22(E), 4.23(A), 4.23(B), 7.1(A), 7.1(B), 7.1(C), 7.2(A), 7.2(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.2(F), 7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.3(C), 7.3(D), 7.4(A), 7.4(B), 7.4(C), 7.5(A), 7.5(B), 7.5(C), 7.6(A), 7.6(B), 7.6(C), 7.6(D), 7.7(A), 7.7(B), 7.7(C), 7.7(D), 7.7(E), 7.7(F), 7.8(A), 7.8(B), 7.9(A), 7.9(B), 7.9(C), 7.10(A), 7.10(B), 7.11(A), 7.11(B), 7.11(C), 7.11(D), 7.12(A), 7.12(B), 7.12(C), 7.13(A), 7.13(B), 7.13(C), 7.14(A), 7.14(B), 7.15(A), 7.15(B), 7.15(C), 7.16(A), 7.16(B), 7.17(A), 7.17(B), 7.17(C), 7.18(A), 7.18(B), 7.19(A), 7.19(B), 7.19(C), 7.19(D), 7.20(A), 7.20(B), 7.20(C), 7.20(D), 7.20(E), 7.21(A), 7.21(B), 7.21(C), 7.21(D), 7.21(E), 7.21(F), 7.21(G), 7.21(H), 7.22(A), 7.22(B), 7.22(C), 7.22(D), 7.23(A), 7.23(B)
Topics:Prehistory, Spanish Texas, Mexican Texas, Texas Revolution, Antebellum Texas, Civil War, Reconstruction, Late Nineteenth-Century, Progressive Era, Texas in the 1920s, Great Depression, World War II, Texas Since World War II

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