The Teaching with Primary Sources program at Waynesburg University provides professional development opportunities for educators in ten Southwestern Pennsylvania school districts in Greene, Fayette, and Washington counties. Educators ranging from elementary school teachers to graduate level instructors and from within all content areas are eligible to participate, however preference will be given to full time K-12 teachers. Other school districts in these counties are included in the TPS program at California University of Pennsylvania

Participant Projects by School District

Lesson plans created by participants of the TPS program at Waynesburg University 

Teacher-created, classroom-tested lesson plans using primary sources from the Library of Congress

Waynesburg University Projects 
The Teaching with Primary Sources program supports pre-service teachers and educators enrolled in the graduate education programs at Waynesburg University in developing and implementing primary source based learning activities. In addition, collaborative projects are developed with other departments on campus and with student organizations as opportunities arise. 
Academic Courses 

 

Content created and featured in partnership with the TPS program does not indicate an endorsement by the Library of Congress.