Summer Professional Development Opportunity
August 26, 2020
10:00-11:00 AM

The United States' entry into World War I not only changed the outcome
of the war, but also the hometowns of the soldiers who served. Local
communities throughout New York State mobilized their resources to
support the war effort. Join Jordan Maul, Assistant Director for
Education and Development at the New York State Archives Partnership
Trust for a brief, primary-source driven workshop on teaching the impact
of WWI on local communities. Discover digital learning resources for
further learning and enjoy a Q/A in this one-hour program. An
evaluation survey will be sent to participants after the session.

Use this link to register for this event:
If you have any questions, please contact:
Sara Kardasz
Western Suffolk BOCES
School Library System
Program Administrator
31 Lee Avenue
Wheatley Heights, NY 11798
(631) 595-6834

New York Council for History Education
Western Suffolk BOCES School Library System
National World War I  Museum and Memorial

Our professional development opportunities focus on the use of primary sources in the K-12 classroom. We tailor our workshops and programs to individual regions and groups through the state. Offering these trainings through BOCES allows us to offer CTLE credit to New York educators. Please sign up for our free education e-newsletter to receive updates about professional development and programs offered in your area.