Road to Revolution: A Professional Development Workshop for Teachers, Featuring Three Iconic National Parks
This workshop is offered in cooperation with Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies, and Revolution 250.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
National Parks of Boston, Leventhal Room, Boston Harbor Hotel, Rowe’s Wharf, Boston
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Minute Man National Historical Park, Minute Man Visitor Center, 3113 Marrett Rd, Lexington, MA
Friday, July 13, 2018
Adams National Historical Park, Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center, Quincy, MA
All three workshops are from
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Massachusetts is steeped in the history of the American Revolution. It was in Boston that the first seeds of Liberty were sewn as men and women joined in resistance against the British Parliament. At Lexington and Concord resistance became open warfare, setting the colonies on the path toward independence. Throughout the growing conflict, ideas and leaders emerged to help people make sense of what was happening and define the higher cause at the heart of the conflict.
Explore history where it really happened! Sessions presented by National Park Service staff. For more information, full course agenda, or to register, contact Jim Hollister, Park Ranger, Minute Man NHP (978) 318 – 7829, email@example.com
Space is limited to 30 participants, sign up now! Professional Development Points available.
Note: There is a $15 registration fee