Teaching With Primary Sources

Teaching with Primary Sources – Middle Tennessee State University, a program of the Library of Congress administered for Tennessee educators by the Center for Historic Preservation, empowers students and educators to shape their own learning experiences by engaging the world through primary sources — those letters, maps, photographs, scientific data, music, postcards, and documents that make up the materials of lives. Reaching across every discipline and learning level, Teaching with Primary Sources invites educators to see, listen to, learn from, and use the digitized items of the Library’s Web site to reach students in new and powerful ways.

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Dr. van Zelm presenting at a Teaching with Primary Sources event Students participating in a Teaching with Primary Sources constitution activity Teaching with Primary Sources puzzle map activity Trail of Tears focused Teaching with Primary Sources event in Pulaski, TN

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