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Professional Development Offerings
from the Oklahoma History Center Education Department

The Oklahoma History Center’s (OHC) Education Department offers a variety of presentations for preservice teachers and educator professional development. Our professional development presentations are designed to be hands-on and participatory.

Oklahoma History Center EDU 101
This presentation introduces teachers to the specific resources and programming the Oklahoma History Center offers educators.

National History Day/OkNHD 201
This presentation provides training for teachers who want to participate in the National History Day competition.

Museum/Education Partnerships
This presentation explains the value of local museums to educators and how to make those connections.

Sensitive Subjects
This presentation offers concrete suggestions for preparing students to examine complicated history subjects in a classroom.

Inquiry Design Model (IDM) Focus: Incorporating Taking Informed Action into your IDMs
This presentation offers educators a wide variety of options to incorporate the Taking Informed Action element of IDM lesson planning.

Oklahoma History Center Resources for Teaching About Greenwood and the Tulsa Race Massacre
This presentation provides an overview of the resources the OHC offers educators on Oklahoma State Social Studies Standard OKH5.2

Latino History in Oklahoma
This presentation focuses on the history of Latino groups in Oklahoma.

How Did We Get to Oklahoma?
This presentation examines migration through the movement of different groups into Oklahoma.

Primary Sources and How to Use Them
This presentation offers guidance on incorporating primary sources into lessons for any grade level.

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