Educator Workshops

Educators, join us for Teach the Alamo, an in-person Professional Development workshop offered at the Alamo for all teachers interested in broadening their understanding of the Alamo’s history. Earn CPE credit hours and develop your professional teaching expertise with the Alamo's popular and well-reviewed educator workshops. This workshop will:

  1. Provide teachers with a holistic knowledge of the Alamo’s place in San Antonio and Texas History through a teacher-focused walking tour of the grounds. The tour will cover multiple eras in the site’s history, including Indigenous history, the Spanish Mission period, the Texas Revolution, Texas annexation and statehood, and the era of preservation.
  2. Include TEKs aligned instructional resources for the classroom.
  3. Offer participating teachers CPE credits.

Walking tour is led by the Alamo education team. Instructional resources are designed for fourth and seventh graders, but this session is beneficial for anyone interested in using Texas history in the classroom and/or preparing for an Alamo field trip.

Upcoming Sessions
Teach the Alamo: Mexican Independence

Thursday, March 21, 2024, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Learn about the Alamo’s role in Mexican Independence.
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Texas Revolution Road Trip
April 19-20, 2024
Goliad, San Felipe de Austin and San Jacinto
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Mexico City Summer Teacher Institute
June 24-29, 2024
4 days in Mexico City in partnership with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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“I loved every moment of it…the hands-on experience of the tour itself was the best part.”  ―Past Teacher Participant

Other Professional Development programs may be available by request. Please contact the Alamo Learning Programs teams at (210)225-1391 ext. 4101 or email

A man next to a weaving loom with a group in the Alamo Long Barrack
A group of people smiling in a laboratory
A group of men and women standing in front of Alamo Church
Two men standing around a round table looking at packaging materials
A historian in soldier period attire speaking to a seated audience
A group of men and women standing in a circle in the Alamo Long Barrack