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Gilder lehrman teacher of the year

Convocation 2016 – teacher of the year

Outstanding history teachers from each state, the District of Columbia, US territories, and DOD schools compete for the title of National History Teacher of the Year. The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History is the sponsor of the award.
A pupil, colleague, principal, or school administrator familiar with the teacher’s work may nominate him or her for the National History Teacher of the Year. Each state winner receives $1,000, as well as a library of books and other resources for their school.
Visit The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to recommend a teacher or read more about the prize. You can also email the National History Teacher of the Year coordinator at [email protected] or 646-366-9666, x28 if you have any questions. Danielle Stuckle, North Dakota’s state coordinator, can be reached at [email protected]

Jill szymanski, 2013 national history teacher of the year

Federico Fiondella, M.S. ’03, 6th Yr. ’18, a North Haven High School history teacher, has been named the 2020 Connecticut History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization committed to K-12 American history education.
The History Teacher of the Year Award, which was established in 2004, honors outstanding American history teachers from elementary school through high school, highlighting the critical value of history education. One K-12 teacher from each state, the District of Columbia, Department of Defense schools, and US Territories is honored with the award. The National History Teacher of the Year will be chosen from a pool of state winners in the fall of 2020.
Fiondella graduated from Elizabethtown College with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education (social studies) and a master’s degree in political science from Southern University, where he is currently an adjunct professor. He also earned a sixth-year diploma in educational leadership from Southern, and he plans to pursue a doctorate in educational leadership in the near future.

Shannon shelton wins gilder lehrman colorado history

The award is open to any full-time K–12 educator who teaches American history (including state and local history) as a separate subject or as part of other subjects like social studies, reading, or language arts.
This year’s award will recognize outstanding primary and secondary school teachers. Teachers in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Department of Defense colleges, and US Territories that are eligible to apply are encouraged to do so.
The extended student project should reflect a progression of activities over time, resulting in a graded assignment or presentation that illustrates student success. The extended student project should not be a follow-up to the lesson plan.
The extended student project will involve student work. Written work, photos of classroom displays, student-created blogs, documentaries, and other types of student work can be submitted. The fifteen-page cap will apply to all student work submitted as part of the extended student project.

History teacher of the year

Gilder Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year / Oklahoma

Gilder lehrman history teacher of the year award

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization devoted to K–12 American history education, has elected Sarah Morehead, a teacher at Tinker Elementary in the Mid-Del School District, the 2019 Oklahoma History Teacher of the Year. (Creative Commons/Flickr.com photo by Jesse Loughborough) OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization devoted to K–12 American history education, has elected Sarah Morehead, a teacher at Tinker Elementary in the Mid-Del School District, the 2019 Oklahoma History Teacher of the Year. The Oklahoma History Center collaborates with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History on an annual basis, awarding the Oklahoma History Teacher of the Year award to the state winner and then nominating eligible candidates for the national award.