Simulcasts and Webinars

Simulcasts. These are typically two-hour live, streamed audiovisual presentations that will bring the expertise and cutting-edge research of leading scholars in the field to teachers throughout the country. The simulcast format is also well suited for programs that focus on introducing teachers to the growing number of primary source digital collections.

Webinars. These 60- to 90-minute interactive online classes will introduce teachers to a variety of topics. The short format lends itself to large audiences and concise information on high-interest and timely topics that can be easily and immediately adapted for use as daily lessons in K-12 courses.

 

Thirty Minutes Over Oregon: A Japanese Pilot’s World War II Story, with author Marc Tyler Nobleman

Start Date: October 24, 2019
End Date: October 24, 2019
Time Detail: 7-8pm Eastern Time
Location: Online
Type of Course: Simulcasts and Webinars
Course Description: Join us for a presentation by Marc Tyler Nobleman, author of Thirty Minutes Over Oregon: A Japanese Pilot's World War II Story, 2018 Honorable Mention Freeman Book Award--Children's Literature.
Registration and Info:

Click HERE to register.

Offered to: All States