NETA member and education pioneer Maryland Public Television brought us a trio of speakers to share information about the notable Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Program from the Library of Congress, a robust collection of free resources, and ideas for partnerships and grants. Resources support inquiry- and project- based learning, as well as provide professional development for teachers and self-paced learning modules for students.
In this webinar, our panelists:
- Introduced you to the TPS Program, TPS Consortium partners, and funding opportunities;
- Provided overview of digital tools and resources that can be leveraged with your school partners to support inquiry- and project-based learning
The panelists were:
- Vivian Awumey, TPS Program Manager at the Library of Congress
- Grace Leatherman, TPS Project Director & Maryland History Day Outreach Coordinator, from Maryland Humanities
- Karla Thompson, Early Childhood and K-12 Learning Design at Maryland Public Television
Betsy Peisach, MPT's vice president of education, produced this webinar.