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Week 2: Modernizing America
June 24
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Week 3: Peace, Struggle, and Empowerment

Monday, June 24
Morning: Making Connections
Afternoon: What Every Teacher Needs to Know about New Instructional Technologies

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Tuesday, June 25
Morning: Gordon Quan, Houston City Council
Lunch: Oliver Stone and Vietnam
Afternoon: Robert Buzzanco, University of Houston, “The United States and the World”

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Wednesday, June 26
Morning: The Vietnam Experience
Afternoon:Using Works of Art in the Classroom/Wrap-up and discussion at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

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Thursday, June 27 - Friday, June 28
Trip to Austin

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The Project for the Active Teaching of History

Funded by a major grant from the U.S. Department of Education, PATH seeks to enhance the teaching of American history throughout the Gulf Coast region. A joint project of Region IV Education Service Center, the University of Houston Department of History and College of Education, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, PATH will host a series of summer seminars for teachers and colloquia for the general public.

For additional information: Please contact Debra Williams, Education Specialist in Math, Science, and Social Studies Services at Region IV Education Service Center,
713-744-6846 or