Teaching History: A Journal of Methods is an open-access journal serving historians and history teachers. Since 1976, our articles have emphasized the use of primary and secondary sources in classrooms and the impact of specific strategies and practices on student learning.
Teaching History publishes reviews of monographs, textbooks, primary source readers, and other classroom materials in both digital and print formats. Potential reviewers should contact Richard Hughes, Book Review Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Fall 2022 issue of Teaching History will be a special issue devoted to history educators’ use of the un-essay. Considered any type of assignment or project that is not the traditional written history essay, un-essays are being utilized at every level to facilitate student learning. Submissions should describe the specific “un-essay" assignment, explain how it enables students to demonstrate their learning, and situate the assessment in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Any quotations/use of student work must be used only by permission. Wordcount should be between 2,500 and 5,000 words but shorter or longer submissions may be considered. Questions? Email TeachingHistoryJournal@gmail.com Deadline for submissions is April 15.