Workshop: Crafting History for Schools

  • 25 Apr 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, Wiscasset
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Crafting History for Schools:

Three Perspectives


A range of expertise and decades of combined experience in the field of history education will be presented as a trio of educators talk about their views on educational programming. Workshop participants will learn how current programs were developed and are delivered, see examples of what has worked (and what has not), and hear about sources of funding. Examples of the tools, materials, and resources used by each educator, for outreach and onsite school programs, will be shared with the group.


Schedule

10:00AM – 10:15AM  Introduction
10:15AM – 11:15AM  20-minute presentations by each presenter
11:15AM – 11:30AM  Break 
11:30AM – 12:30PM  Discussion and Q & A 


Your Presenters

Kathy Goldner, Outreach Manager, Boothbay Region Historical Society
Kathy is currently presenting Boothbay history to the third grades at Boothbay Region Elementary School.  She devised and ran a history and literature enrichment program in Waldo County for 15 years, was External Relations Director for Penobscot Marine Museum, and Education Director for Boothbay Railway Village. 


Louise Miller, Education Director, Lincoln County Historical Association (LCHA)
Louise works with three historic sites under the care of LCHA.  Her approach to sharing this varied history is interdisciplinary. Louise’s background includes her work at Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts and at the Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum in New Hampshire; as well as publishing an historic focused periodical for 15 yrs. 

Julia Einstein, Maine Education Program Coordinator, Historic New England 
In a career from classroom to museum educator, Julia views learning as a way to experiment, enjoy and challenge one's perspective.  At Historic New England she creates school programs for the six historic house museums throughout Maine. At the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, she develops marketing strategies, as well as curating the educational plan for the organization’s Meetinghouse Museum collections.


The Venue

This event will be held at office of the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, 297 Bath Rd, Wiscasset.

Free parking is available on site.

Accessibility: This facility is accessible to wheelchair users.

Bathrooms are single-user facilities with no gender labels.


Registration

Online registration will be open through Tuesday, April 23. To register after this date, call Kathy Goldner at 207-633-0820. The fee for members is $15.  Non-members pay $25.

Due to space limitations, this workshop is limited to 30 participants. Register early to reserve your space!

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