Missing in Action: Africans in History Textbooks

See my article in the February edition of World History Connected!

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How does history help us understand 2020?

My students and I address this question on our blog, Hudson Valley Social Studies: https://hawksites.newpaltz.edu/dullj/

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Could the slave trade have been prevented? Explore this and other enduring questions with students…

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Looking for ideas for teaching about RBG?

Teaching about the Feminist Rights Revolution: Ruth Bader Ginsburg as “The Thurgood Marshall of Women’s Rights”

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You’re Invited: The New Global Regents: Structure and Cognitive Demands, a workshop by Dr. Tom Mounkhall

When: 3:30-5:30, 10/17/2018   Where: Lecture Center 107, SUNY New Paltz

Free and open to all educators, Refreshments will be served!

Questions? Laura J. Dull, dullj@newpaltz.edu, 845.257.2849

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Comparative Education Conference, Mexico City

Many thanks to co-panelists and attendees for stimulating discussion on how slavery is taught in international textbooks!

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Constitution in the Classroom

Join me on Saturday, October 14 for a free workshop with Sanford and Cynthia Levinson on What Students Need to Know – But Rarely Learn – About the Constitution, at NYU. You will get a copy of the Levinsons’ excellent new book! Sign up here: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/events/292/detail/59b16ea9554bd40a8b538d74.

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Slavery in the Hudson Valley

A unit on colonial Hudson Valley written with Maryann Fallek is posted on this blog with links to other teaching materials on teaching Hudson Valley slavery: http://www.teachingthehudsonvalley.org/understanding-hv-slavery/

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The inaugural secondary education hike

Colleagues and students hiked in the Mohonk Preserve, it was cold outside, but we had a great time!IMG_1404

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No More Disrespect!

My chapter with Diana Turk is in this book: http://www.amazon.com/Pedagogies-Kindness-Respect-Education-Children/dp/1433127016

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