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Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library Training
Engaging with History using Primary Sources from the LBJ Library



The LBJ Presidential Library Education Outreach Program strives to extend library resources to schools, teachers, and students in communities across Texas. An education specialist from the LBJ Library can travel to your school, school district, or education service region to provide:

  • Professional development for teachers (TEA CPE Provider)
  • Educational programming for students
  • TEKS-aligned lesson plans and resources

Topics include, but are not limited to, the presidency, civil rights, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, and the 1964 election. 


Important Session Information:


Join us for a full day workshop focused on incorporating primary source documents into your curriculum using the rich resources from the LBJ Presidential Library archives and the National Archives DocsTeach platform. LBJ Library Education Specialist Mallory Lineberger will lead participants through three interactive lessons in which they will investigate the disappearance of three civil rights workers, become Soviet spies, and determine the next steps the United States should take after the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Participants will be provided with lesson plans and resources from the LBJ Library for use in their classrooms.

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
619440
Credits Available:
(6) CPE
Seats Available:
71
Fee:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Sabrina Blankenship
Instructor(s):
Sabrina Blankenship
Audience:
Teacher (6-8), Teacher (9-12)
Date Time Location
7/24/2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Region 17 ESC - Douglas


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Region 17 Education Service Center
1111 West Loop 289 | Lubbock, TX 79416
Voice: 806-792-4000 | Fax: 806-792-1523


Business Hours: Monday - Friday | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Per HB 462, resources and services provided by Region 17 ESC are solely aligned with, and designed to support, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) adopted by the State Board of Education.