World History Institute, July 18-22, 2016
California State University, Long BeachA national institute for middle school and high school teachers of World History courses at the general (rather than AP) level.
To be held at California State University – Long Beach
Sponsor:Alliance for Learning in World History
Host:The History Project at California State University Long Beach
Presenters:Tim Keirn (Cal State Long Beach), Linda Black (Stephen F. Austin State Univ.), Dave Neumann (Cal State Long Beach), and Linda Cargile (Bancroft Middle School, Long Beach Unified School District).
(In the "Subject" box at the bottom of the registration form, enter "World History Institute")
Welcome to the ALWH Website!
The Alliance for Learning in World History is a collaboration of educators and history scholars organized to advance the teaching and learning of world history in classrooms—in the U.S. and in every part of the world. The Alliance is anchored at the University of Pittsburgh, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).
It links leading practitioners in world history scholarship, curriculum, teacher preparation, professional development, and educational research. The Alliance has adopted general guidelines for study of world history and for active support of both professional development programs and empirical research on student world-historical learning. Its work in 2012-2013, funded by the Social Science Research Council and the British Council, has been to lay the groundwork for ongoing work.
This is a Beta-Version of the Alliance website, under revision by Alliance participants nationwide before its general release.