For Educators

Educators of all levels are invited to participate in curriculum-based programs throughout the school year. Topics include Shays' Rebellion, the role of women and African Americans in production, and the Industrial Revolution. Also popular with younger students are programs on Inventions and Inventors of Springfield Armory and the Impact of Springfield Armory on the region.

Click here to learn more about the programs offered and to submitt a request form.

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Learn more about the Industrial Revolution and the impact of Springfield Armory.

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Lesson Plans

Access lesson plans related to Springfield Armory.

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Traveling Education Trunks

Bring Springfield Armory to your classroom through traveling education trunks.

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Teacher Ranger Teacher

Learn more about becoming a Teacher Ranger Teacher at Springfield Armory NHS.

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Professional Development

Interested in lesson plans or a professional development opportunity about the Industrial Revolution? Learn more here!

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National Writing Project

Learn how to participate in National Write Out and get students writing using curated prompts.


Last updated: September 6, 2023

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Springfield Armory National Historic Site
One Armory Square
Suite 2

Springfield, MA 01105


413 734-8551
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