Our Third and Final Summer Mini-Episode Has Dropped

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If you are a patron of The Way of Improvement Leads Home Podcast you recently received instructions from producer Drew Dyrli Hermeling about how to download our third summer mini-episode.  It is a conversation with middle school history teacher Cory Hulsizer on how to incorporate historical thinking skills in the classroom.

These summer episodes–Todd Allen on Civil Rights tourism, David Pettegrew on digital history, and Cory Hulsizer on teaching historical thinking–are available to our current and future supporters.

What?  Did you say you are not a patron of The Way of Improvement Leads Home Podcast?  Do you mean to tell me that you don’t have a mug or a free book?

If you want to support the podcast (and we hope you do!) head over to our Patreon page and consider a monthly or one-time gift.   Click here.

We always need good American historian, but we especially need good American history in times of great political and social change.  Thanks for supporting us!

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