(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only
Acing the Industrial Revolution
*NEW COURSE SPRING 2021
A pivotal unit in the Social Studies curriculum, the Industrial Revolution must be explored and revered. Samuel Slater and the development of the factory system, how that system has evolved into the modernized factories we see today, the crucial inventions that paved the way for the North, the trailblazers who saw into the future and believed in the country’s potential. These topics, if taught the right way, have the ability to captivate an audience of students.
Teachers enrolled in this course will explore interactive lesson ideas and modern connections that make teaching the Industrial Revolution an engaging, rewarding experience for students.
Applicable to Social Studies teachers.
ON-LINE (3 Credits / 45 hours) in-service credit only