Recent Seminars

April 28 HS Teachers Seminar: Tudor and Stuart History

April 21 HS Teachers Seminar: Religion and WWII

March 31 HS Teachers Seminar: Medical Ethics

May 12 HS Teachers Seminar: The Vietnam War and the Decades it Dominated

March 1 HS Teachers Seminar: Globalizing the History of Science

February 10 Seminar on "Slavery, Immigration, and Public Memory in New York City"

Rutgers HS Teachers Seminar on The Culture of the 1960s

November 4 seminar: What is Africa to Me?

October 21: What was "the Cold War"?

September 30: Reading NJ Native American History

May 13 HS Teachers seminar: "Teaching American History through Images"

April 29: History of the 1980s

April 15 HS Teachers Seminar: Imperialism and its Global Impact

February 26 High School Teachers Seminar: The Crusades

February 19 High School Seminar: America and the Great War

"The Role of Technology in World History" High School Teachers Workshop Series

Overview

During the spring of 2012, the Rutgers Institute for High School Teachers paired with the Rutgers IEEE History Center to offer a workshop series comprised of four individual seminars.  The workshop series, titled "The Role of Technology in World History", examined the relationship between social change and technology in world history and took place over the course of three Saturdays and one Friday during the month of March.  In order to participate in the workshop series, teachers were required to submit applications to receive formal acceptance into the program.  (Participation in the program did not require any registration or enrollment fees.)  Proudly, the Rutgers IEEE History Center and the Institute for High School Teachers admitted 23 teachers into the program.

Read more: "The Role of Technology in World History" High School Teachers Workshop Series