Call for Essays on Teaching New York State / City History (K-12)
New York History: A Quarterly Journal (peer reviewed, now in its ninety-fifth year of publication) encourages Educators (K-12) to submit essays to "Educators' Corner." In the fall 2013, New York History started to accept and publish essays written by Educators on New York State / City topics. The department creates a space where educators can share their experiences teaching NYS / City history, share a lesson plan, share a new document, share a new approach to teaching a particular urban issue.
The Editors, encourage all members of H-Net to submit an essay to this department. At present, the journal has published essays (written by educators and adminstrators) on environmental history, teaching the War of 1812 in the Common Core, and new sources to teach New York history.
For additional information contact one of the editors (Dr. Thomas D. Beal at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. William Walker at William.Walker@oneonta.edu); copies of the table of contents of recent issues may be viewed at www.nysha.org/nysha_5.
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