Join the New-York Historical Society to learn more about their Women & the American Story curriculum, a free online resource that provides teachers and students with information about the many and often critical roles women played in shaping U.S. history. During this interactive session, participants will use resources from the Settler Colonialism and the Revolution: 1692–1783 unit to discover women’s active participation and engagement with colonial and revolutionary life.
Ability Accommodation Information
This event provides the following accommodations:
- Handicap Accessible
Molly DePippo is the Manager of Professional Learning at the New-York Historical Society. She has worked with K–12 students and teachers in several New York area museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage, for over six years. In her current role at the New-York Historical Society, she manages and facilitates national professional development programs for teachers.
This workshop is free to educators of all grade levels, and one PDU is available for educators who attend.