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Witches and Communists: The Crucible and the Cold War

Tuesday, April 5, 2011 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Through a partnership with the California Department of Education, the National Humanities Center (NHC) is pleased to offer California educators free registration in a series of live, online professional development seminars for history, literature, and humanities teachers.

America in Class from the National Humanities Center

Online Professional Development Seminars for California Teachers!

Through a partnership with the California Department of Education, the National Humanities Center (NHC) is pleased to offer California educators free registration in a series of live, online professional development seminars for history, literature, and humanities teachers. These interactive programs offer educators:

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The NHC Toolbox Library and TeacherServe® websites save us so much time. They are well thought out and address many of our state standards. The visuals are beautifully and meaningfully placed in the curriculum, and the additional bibliographic sources for further research, the scholars lectures with links, and the smart topics for the units are very valuable.

Multi-Disciplinary Professional Development For Educators

A Special Program for California Teachers!

Through a partnership with the California Department of Education, the National Humanities Center (NHC) is pleased to offer California educators free registration in a series of live, online professional development seminars for history, literature, and humanities teachers.

I appreciate your high expectations of teachers, giving us real, academic work in the form of challenging texts and high-level discussion.

This is a fun, easy and interesting way to fulfill our professional development requirements while receiving great resources that can be implemented in the classroom.

NHC online professional development “is convenient, practical, and a wonderful resource for teachers that want to teach more than a textbook provides. It is an innovative way to bring new materials, content and concepts into your teaching.”