Assignment Charrette: Undergraduate and K-12 Teaching Workshop

Sunday, January 5, 2020: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Concourse A (New York Hilton, Concourse Level)

Please join us as we explore the roles that assignments can play in history classes, as well as their connections to both student learning outcomes and assessment. For details and how to participate, go to:

Session Abstract

Present one of your teaching assignments and receive feedback from peers. Anyone with a valued teaching assignment (including traditional or experimental assignments, educational activities, or assessments) or a brand new one that would benefit from in-depth review and discussion with faculty from other institutions should consider participating. You will submit your assignment in advance, and read others' assignments ahead of the workshop. For details and how to participate, go to:


Peter Acsay University of Missouri-St. Louis
Kyle Bulthuis Utah State University
Benjamin Carp Brooklyn College, CUNY (and Graduate Center, CUNY)
Ted Cohen Lindenwood University
Elizabeth Drummond Loyola Marymount University
Sarah Gold McBride University of California, Berkeley
Emily Hunt University of West Georgia
Nicole Lopez-Jantzen Borough of Manhattan Community College
Sara Mah Catholic Theological Institute, Bomana
Elizabeth Manley Xavier University of Louisiana
Trevor McLaughlin Grover Cleveland Middle School
Leanna McLaughlin Trinity Valley School
Kimberly Nath University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Phillip Payne St. Bonaventure University
Krystyna Puc University of North Carolina School of the Arts
John Recchiuti University of Mount Union
Ernest Rugenstein Hudson Valley Community College
Paolo Rico Tagatac-Chan Queens College and St. John's University
Ann Tucker University of North Georgia
Lynda Yankaskas Muhlenberg College
Pearl Young Kennesaw State University
David Zwart Grand Valley State University
Martha (Murph) Kinney Suffolk County Community College
Jonathan Ablard Ithaca College
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