Welcome Educators!

Are you aware ... this website is especially designed for you?

Whether you are a classroom teacher, library media specialist, curriculum director, Regional Office of Education consultant, administrator, or a pre-service teacher, there are useful resources for you to explore all through the TPS-GSU website.

  • In our pull-down menu under EDUCATORS, you will find a plethora of TEACHER RESOURCES
  • In our pull-down menu under NATIONAL TPS, we offer several direct links to resources at the Library of Congress Website, such as the TEACHERS PAGE and PRIMARY SOURCE SETS.
  • There are also many professional development opportunities we offer here at TPS-GSU to support your life-long-learning, which you will find in the pull-down menu for PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.

We invite you to explore all the pages of our website to discover the many workshops and training events we offer here at TPS-GSU, and to better utilize the vast resources provided for you through the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program.

We also welcome any suggestions you might offer us for other ways that our TPS-GSU Team might support you in your important job as an educator who is cultivating the lives of future generations.

(Please use the CONTACT US tab on the upper left of this page, if you have questions or suggestions.)

 

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