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Articles with keyword "teaching"


Opening Locked Doors

Reflections on the moral frontiers of thirty years of teaching the Holocaust.


Encountering Bernard Bailyn

His unorthodox ways in the classroom changed the course of history for generations of Harvard students.


On-Site with NEH

An irreverent look at the nation's past wows New Jersey eighth graders.


On-Site with NEH: A Dakar Journal

Twenty-five high school teachers are immersed in French-speaking West Africa.


Trying to Tame Huck Finn

NEH Chairman William R. Ferris talks with Boston teacher Nancy Methelis about confronting controversy in a classic novel.


Shakespeare Out Loud

A new DVD frees Macbeth from the page and gets students on their feet.

In Focus

Alaska’s Ira Perman

The Alaska council's director is bridging urban and native cultures.


On Learning from the Greeks

Classicist Donald Kagan talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about what modern students can gain from ancient worlds.


Teaching the Nation's History

Scholars are approaching the founding of America in new ways.


"A Good Teacher and a Willing Student"

Education Secretary Rod Paige talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about improving America's schools.