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 three CPE credits.

Walking tour and instructional sessions are led by Alexander Rivard, Director of Education. Most of the instructional resources will be designed for educators teaching Texas History, but this is a productive session for anyone interested in using Texas history in the classroom.

This new summer workshop will be offered on both Wednesday, October 26 and Friday, November 18.

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

Educators on a large map on the floor in Alamo Hall
Educators outside at Goliad
Educators in front of Sam Houston Oak sign
Educators looking at a cannon on a carriage
Educators around a conference table
Educators looking at a swamp area