Educators, join us at the Alamo for Road to Revolution, offered both onsite and virtual. Earn CPE credits in this Professional Development workshop designed for the Texas History classroom.
The goal for this Educator Workshop series is to provide the educator with knowledge on Alamo and Texas History and to provide them with the tools to build classroom materials from primary sources available on the internet and through digitized archives. This session highlights the important political and cultural factors that lead up to the Texas Revolution, first Mexican Independence, and second events in Texas including Fredonian Rebellion, Mier y Teran Report, Law of April 6, 1830 Turtle Bayou Resolutions. Key individuals in these events include Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Tornel, and William B. Travis.
Instructional sessions are led by Ernesto Rodriguez, Senior Curator, The Alamo and Dr. Bruce Winders, former Historian and Curator at The Alamo.
These onsite/virtual sessions combined provide:
- Instructional Materials
- Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours
- Teaching strategies
- Connections to TEKS
- Live Q&A
- Applied knowledge with self-study techniques