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Transatlantic Teacher Scholars
 

With funding support by the U.S. Embassy in London and the National Archives of Britain, Module 4 Teacher Scholars will work side-by-side with a cohort of teachers from schools around the United Kingdom. These two groups will collaborate in a series of long-distance learning activities, including working with university historians and professional archives to uncover meaningful classroom connections in the topic. As a culminating experience, the two groups will travel together to Barbados and Puerto Rico in February 2011 to investigate the historical sites and places of the transatlantic world. Collectively, the Transatlantic Teacher Scholars will build a deep collection of resources for all of our teachers to use in their classrooms.

United States Transatlantic Teacher Scholars:

  • Emily Dooley, Albemarle County Public Schools
  • John Hobson, Albemarle County Public Schools
  • Christine Esposito, Charlottesville City Schools
  • Scott Mace, Charlottesville City Schools
  • Jennifer Orr, Greene County Public Schools
  • Donna Shifflett, Greene County Public Schools
  • Tamie Campbell, Madison County Public Schools
  • Jared Morris, Madison County Public Schools
  • Teresa Hoffman, Orange County Public Schools
  • Robert Stewart, Orange County Public Schools