About the Summer Conference for Place-Based Teaching
This will be the 12th Annual Summer Conference offered by the Montana Heritage Project in partnership with the Library of Congress and the Montana Historical Society.
Heritage teachers pass on to the next generation the best of our heritage in literature, history, and science. Students contribute to our cultural heritage by conducting field research, including oral history and scientific and literary investigations.
Graduate Credit will be available from Antioch University's Heritage Institute in Seattle, Washington.
Who Should Attend?
The Place-Based Conference is a must-attend for any educator who wants to understand how place-based approaches can engage young people in meeting high standards through original research about the places they live.