UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
The primary purpose of H-High-S is to facilitate an ongoing discussion of curriculum, instructional strategies, and educational resources involved in teaching history, social studies, and related subjects in American secondary schools. H-High-S is particularly interested in the interdisciplinary curriculum and the use of computers, multimedia, the Internet, and other new technologies.
H-High-S is intended for teachers and soon-to-be teachers, administrators, and other educators. The list is not for high school students. Subscriptions are currently free.
We are pleased to welcome you to this list, this virtual community. Like a real community, a mailing list can provide sources of new ideas, a sounding board for feedback on old (or new) problems, an arena for debate, and perhaps most importantly a network of support, sustenance, and good cheer.
to subscribe, send this one-line message to LISTSERV@MSU.edu
subscribe H-High-S Firstname Surname, Affiliation
H-High-S is co-moderated by Matthew Hermann, San Ramon Valley High School, Danville, California (email@example.com), Paul Buelow, University of Illinois at Chicago, (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Louis Garaventa, Canisius High School, Buffalo, New York (email@example.com).
H-Net sponsors 56 other lists in history, the humanities and social sciences, aimed primarily at scholars. EdTech subscribers will be especially interested in H-Mac, the daily newsletter of the Macintosh and History Society. To subscribe, send this to LISTSERV@msu.edu
subscribe H-Mac Firstname Surname, Affiliation
From: patricia s kuntz [KUNTZ@macc.wisc.edu Date: Sun, 11 Dec 1994 11:17:24 EST From: Richard Jensen, H-Net Central [CAMPBELLD@LYNX.APSU.EDU Subject: New list for high school history teachers
Editor: Dr. Ali B. Ali-Dinar, Ph.D.
|Previous Menu||Home Page||What's New||Search||Country Specific|