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In Alerts, Business Meeting, KATH Conference on May 26, 2015 by Randolph Hollingsworth Tagged:

KATH’s 40th Annual Meeting

Owensboro CTC's Main Campus map

KATH Annual Meeting to take place in the Advanced Technology Building, OCTC Main Campus

Saturday, October 3rd
Owensboro Community & Technical College
Main Campus, Advanced Technology Building
4800 New Hartford Road
Owensboro, KY 42303

Making History: Controversy and Culture Wars

When it comes to crafting history, perception can become reality, a reality then passed down to subsequent generations.  The challenge is to evaluate sources and ideological agendas.  From Wikipedia to Common Core to more traditional sources such as oral history, the integrity of both the message and the messenger are of great concern.  Explore these issues at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Association of Teachers of History.    

AT building foyer

OCTC Advanced Technology Building foyer

Keynote Address: Panelists to Speak on the Kentucky Version of the Common Core Standards for Social Studies

Break-out sessions

  • Continuing the Conversation with the Panelists (How Common Core will impact how History is taught in college)
  • Archivist’s Role in Shaping History
  • Making History in the Classroom (Culture Wars in Early American History – connections with Ferguson, MO events today)
  • H-Kentucky Network

KATH Reception on Friday evening, October 2nd: International Bluegrass Music Museum
KATH Board Members and Conference Presenters will eat dinner at The Miller House Restaurant before the reception.

 

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