Summer Teachers School
June 19—23, 2017
William F. Winter Archives and History Building, Jackson
Learn how to teach your students about Mississippi’s complex history using primary sources from our state archives. Join us for the third annual MDAH Summer Teachers School in Jackson from June 19 through 23, 2017. Participants receive a $340 stipend and earn 3 CEU credits through Mississippi College. Applications open January 2017 and are due April 21, 2017. For more information email email@example.com or call 601-576-6997.
Annual Welty Teachers Workshop: House of Fiction
Friday, February 24, 2017, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
This year’s workshop explored the significance of Eudora Welty’s actual home: her collection of letters, correspondence, large eclectic library, collections of artwork, music, and the garden that surrounds it. Discussions were led by Dr. Suzanne Marrs, Welty Foundation Scholar-in-Residence and Millsaps College emerita professor of English, and Dr. Michael Pickard, assistant professor of English and creative writing at Millsaps College. 0.5 CEU credits were available through Millsaps College. For more information 601-353-7762 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
32nd Annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop: Mississippi Moving Forward: 1955-1979
Friday, November 4, 2016, 8 a.m – 3 p.m.
Old Capitol Museum, Jackson
“Mississippi Moving Forward” was the theme of the annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop. Scholars and professionals discussed topics including civil rights, industry, and agriculture and how to present the material in the classroom. A half CEU credit was available through Mississippi College. For more information email email@example.com.
31st Annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop: Hardship, Conflict, and Change: 1930-1954
Friday, November 6, 2015, 8 a.m – 3 p.m.
Old Capitol Museum, Jackson
The 31st Annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop was held on Friday, November 6, 2015. It focused on the tumultuous years 1929 through 1954. Sessions included a look at the New Deal in Mississippi; the rise of the Dixiecrats; the shift of African Americans in World War II and the Korean War; and documenting Mississippi’s separate but equal policies in schools. Participants were eligible for a .5 CEU credit from Mississippi College. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connie Lester – Mississippi Economy in the Great Depression (PowerPoint); Resource Materials (PDF)
Chad Daniels – The South in World War II (PowerPoint)
Charles Chamberlain – Shift of African American Roles in World War II and the Korean War (PowerPoint); Resource Materials (PDF)
Jason Morgan Ward – Rise of the Dixiecrats (PowerPoint)
Jay Watson – Faulkner on Hardship, Conflict, and Change 1930-1954 (PowerPoint)
Connie Lester – Diversification of Mississippi’s Economics (PowerPoint)
Jennifer Baughn – Documenting Separate but Equal (PowerPoint)
Claire Gwaltney – Overview of MDAH Educational Resources and Online Materials (PowerPoint)
MDAH Spring Social Studies Teachers Workshop: Women of Mississippi History
Saturday, February 21, 2015, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Natchez Convention Center, Natchez
From the matriarchal societies of Native Americans to the women of the Civil Rights Movement, women have left their mark on the state of Mississippi. Educators learned about women’s roles during the Civil War, Vera Anderson (Mississippi’s answer to Rosie the Riveter), and more on February 21. PowerPoint presentations from the workshop are available at the links below. For more information email email@example.com.
- Chad Daniels – Vera Anderson: Mississippi’s Answer to Rosie the Riveter (164.6 MB)
- Judy Wiggins – Judith Sargent Murray and Woman Suffrage (1.7 MB)
- Robert Luckett – Margaret Walker Alexander (9.8 MB)
- Robert Luckett – The Legacy of Women in the Civil Rights Movement (5.2 MB)
30th Annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop: Turn of the Century Mississippi
The 2014 Annual Social Studies Teachers Workshop on Turn-of-the-Century Mississippi was held November 7, 2014 at the Old Capitol Museum in Jackson. PowerPoint programs presented at the Workshop have been made available by permission of the presenters (see links below). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Jere Nash – The 1890 Constitution and the Rise of Jim Crow Mississippi (33.9 MB)
- Chad Daniels – Mississippi in World War I (51.2 MB)
- Dr. Pamela Tyler – Woman Suffrage in Mississippi (7.86 MB)
- Charlotte Smelser – Blues in Mississippi Curriculum (5.07 MB)