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FREE conference opportunity for ACHE Members!

The National Council for History Education is hosting their annual conference virtually this year, and ACHE wants to cover the registration fee for up to 25 of our members! Please review the NCHE conference information below, and if you’re interested, fill out and submit your application here.

2021 NCHE Conference: Place and Time
Theme: Place and time are the coordinates of all historical developments and events. Some are natural, like the geological formation of Utah’s Salt Lake between 10 and 4 million years ago. Others are human and social, like the fall of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 or the collapse of the Berlin Wall exactly two-hundred years later. Geography and history serve as a matrix of time and place and as a context for events.

When: April 8-11, 2021
Format: Online

Money is available to support classroom programs and professional development through the William C. Jenkins History Teaching Mentor Program

When: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so apply any time

What: Through the generosity of the Helios Education Foundation, the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies invites proposals to further equip and train history teachers for successful classroom teaching and learning. The program wishes to offer support in the teaching of historical content and historical thinking skills, in accordance with recent scholarship in the teaching and learning of history.

Apply for the program here: