Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Chauncey Monte-Sano delivers keynote at Bentley Historical Library symposium Teaching Undergraduates with Archives


Professor Chauncey Monte-Sano delivered the keynote address at the Bentley Historical Library’s national conference on teaching undergraduates with archives, which drew archivists from around the country interested in thinking about how evidence from the past influences teaching and learning today.

Monte-Sano's talk, "Engaging in Inquiry and Investigation with Sources: Lessons from Education Research," focused on what she and her collaborator, Professor Mary Schleppegrell, have learned from working on historical and contemporary issues through the use of primary sources with middle school students and teachers.

The Bentley Historical Library collects the materials for and promotes the study of the State of Michigan and the University of Michigan. The Library is open without fee to the public, and welcomes researchers regardless of academic or professional affiliation.

Chauncey B. Monte-Sano is Chair, Elementary Teacher Education; Associate Professor

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