By Therese Perlowski, Internet2 CAP Program Supervisor
The Internet2 Neighborhood Anchor Program is happy to announce the 2021 schedule for the Presidential Major Sources Mission (PPSP), a sequence of free, standards-aligned, 45-minute interactive videoconferencing webinars aimed toward college students in grades 4-12. The sequence will run from January by means of March of 2021, made attainable by means of a partnership with the Nationwide Park Service, U.S. Presidential Libraries and Museums, the Internet2 group, and cultural and historic organizations nationwide.
Along with the interactive video part, every program may even be live-streamed and recorded for on-demand viewing without spending a dime. Registration is open now, so be happy to go to the challenge web site for extra info and enroll at present!
By means of using main supply paperwork and interactive videoconferencing, the 2021 program sequence will take college students on a journey by means of the historic legacies of our presidents. By the conclusion of every session, college students may have gained a higher understanding of our nation’s presidents and the way they formed the previous and current of our nation.
Get a sneak peek of what to anticipate watching a brief clip from final yr’s program by the Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum’s Jeff Urbin.
2021 PPSP Program Schedule
*All applications are stay at 11am ET and a couple of pm ET on their scheduled day and relevant to college students grades 4-12.
- January 19: The Structure and Presidential Powers, The Nationwide Archives
- January 21: The Symbiotic Relationship of Slavery and Indian Removing, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
- January 26: Washington and the Whiskey Rise up, George Washington’s Mount Vernon
- January 28: A Younger Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace NHS
- February 2: Planning for the Future–President Carter and the Vitality Disaster, Carter Presidential Library
- February 4: Pioneer Life in Indiana, Lincoln Boyhood Nationwide Memorial
- February 9: The Nice Communicator, Reagan Presidential Library
- February 11: Girls of Kansas: Past Dorothy, Eisenhower Basis
- February 16: Black Individuals and the Nice Melancholy, Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and FDR Library
- February 18: Exploring President Kennedy’s New Frontier Right this moment, The Sixth Flooring Museum at Dealey Plaza
- February 23: From “Unintentional President” to Political Powerhouse: Evaluating the primary 100 Days of Theodore Roosevelt’s First and Second Phrases, Theodore Roosevelt Heart
- February 25: America’s Presidents By means of Portraiture, Smithsonian’s Nationwide Portrait Gallery
- March 2: Nothing to Concern However Concern It’s Self–Roosevelt’s First Inaugural, Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
- March 4: Lincoln in his personal Phrases–A Shut Have a look at the Gettysburg and Second Inaugural Addresses, Ford’s Theatre
- March 9: seventh Road Problem–Lincoln’s Commute, President Lincoln’s Cottage
- March 11: Daughters of Freedom! Rise of the Girls’s Rights Motion, Ulysses S. Grant Nationwide Historic Website
- March 16: President Clinton’s Public Diplomacy in Northern Eire, Clinton Presidential Library
- March 18: Life and Legacy of Ulysses S. Grant–Historical past and significance of Common Grant Nationwide Memorial, Common Grant Nationwide Memorial
- March 23: The Peanut Brigade, Jimmy Carter Nationwide Historic Website
- March 25: Truman’s First 100 days, Truman Presidential Library and Museum
Register for a number of of the Presidential Major Sources Mission’s free, interactive classes at present!
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