Consider The New Jersey Historical Society as a site for your next in-service training, or invite us to come to your school to lead a hands-on teachers’ workshop. NJHS workshops give teachers an introduction to the rich resources available in our Museum and Research Library, and an opportunity to explore the integration and use of primary sources in the classroom, discover links to curriculum standards, and practice strategies for engaging students in a multicultural, multi-dimensional, and multi-sensory look at New Jersey’s past. For more information, call the Education Department 973-596-8500.
Take advantage of your benefits as a member. Research our library for FREE and discover resources you would like to share with your colleagues. Design a workshop with NJHS’ Director of Education using library materials; such as maps, photographs, documents, manuscripts and newspapers. Then invite your colleagues for a workshop on how to use these primary sources. How many lesson plans can you come up with?
Workshop Topics Can Include:
- Satisfying the Core Curriculum Content Standards through Object-Based Teaching
- Integrating NJHS Resources into Your Curriculum
- Object-Based Learning and Related Assessment Techniques
The New Jersey Historical Society is a Registered Professional Development Provider with The New Jersey State Department of Education.
Directory of Current Workshops