Welcome to History is Dead! The place where you will find out that while, yes, most historical figures and societies are technically dead, the history of these elusive people and events is thriving and more important than ever. History speaks for the dead and influences the living, it plays an active and vital role in our lives from our personal heritage to the ways our governments interact.

This blog is my place to release the realities of teaching, triumphs and tragedies, to spare my family and friends the ramblings of my teacher’s mind. This is also a place to find and contribute teaching resources for history/social studies and general academics, surprisingly hard to find I have found (the history part anyway). Many of the techniques and strategies I post/find can be used for many disciplines and a variety of grade levels with appropriate adaptations. I hope to connect with other educators and any person interested in history, learning, and education.

Thanks for stopping in!

2 thoughts on “Greetings!”

  1. This is awesome!! I look forward to reading your blog and as a fellow educator any advice/resources are always welcomed. History is always apart of my curriculum whether I am teaching Health Disparities or Food Culture. I’ve been teaching college students for about three years now and I am always shocked at the amount of history they do not know.

    1. Thanks so much! Disciplines rarely operate in a vacuum, so I’m happy that you’re as excited as I am!

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