AHEF members can now freely download selected Miracle of America essays from AHEF’s Founding Blog!
The Miracle of America essays are short readings on various topics on America’s founding history, governance, and philosophy by AHEF President Angela Kamrath based on her research found in The Miracle of America: The Influence of the Bible on the Founding History and Principles of the United States of America for a People of Every Belief. Formatted for print, the essays may be used for educational purposes. Citizens and groups may use them for study and discussion. Teachers and homeschoolers may distribute them for student reading.
These essays are available on the “resources” page of AHEF’s main site, americanheritage.org. Simply sign up as a member (no cost), log in, and go to the “resources” page.
AHEF continues to offer trustworthy, quality resources for citizens, teachers, and students to strengthen their understanding and teaching of America’s founding principles. As the new school year approaches, we wish you much success in your educational goals!
To sign up as an AHEF member (no cost), go to http://ahef.bdev1.com/sign-up/ .
|Dear Friends of AHEF,|
You and your colleagues are invited to
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation’s
ASHES IN THE SNOW Teacher Workshop
Date: Monday, November 25, 2019
Time: 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CST)
Location: Harris County Department of Education
Ronald Reagan Building
6300 Irvington Blvd.
Houston, TX 77022
This half-day professional development workshop will help you develop a better understanding of the ideology, history, and effects of communism in the 20th century.
As some today question our nation’s moral, political, and economic underpinnings, your knowledge of communism will help you compare/contrast and defend America’s founding heritage of individual rights, free enterprise, and private property. As American Founder James Madison once said, “The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.”
This workshop will include a curriculum resource for teachers – Communism: Its Ideology, Its History, Its Legacy. It will be followed by a film screening of Ashes in the Snow (the movie adaptation of the bestselling YA novel Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys on the Baltic deportations in WWII) and a Q&A session.
Boxed lunches will be provided.
Credits: 6 hrs (includes 3 hrs GT credit)
Cost: $0.00 (free admission)
Please register to attend.
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation is a U.S-based non-profit educational organization. The mission of VOC is to educate this generation and future generations about the ideology, history, and legacy of communism. The foundation was established by an Act of Congress to build a memorial in Washington, D.C. to commemorate the more than 100 million victims of communism.
This notice is posted by the American Heritage Education Foundation in partnership with The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.
Dear Teachers and Homeschoolers,
AHEF’s new, in-depth, free unit resource is now available to social studies teachers and homeschoolers, The Miracle of America High School Teacher Course Guide.
This resource complements AHEF’s critically-acclaimed Miracle of America text/reference book and guides educators in teaching on America’s founding principles/philosophy and the Bible’s historical influence on those ideas.
The guide may be used for a semester-long special topics course (eligible for state elective credit) or as supplemental units in existing 8th-12th Social Studies, US Government, or US History courses. The guide can be used with any curriculum and also correlates with C3, AP, IB, CC, NCSS, and TEKS objectives. It is supplemental and elective and so does not require (public) school board approval.
The comprehensive guide units may be purchased in a printed tabbed binder or freely downloaded in PDF. Sign up or log in as a member on this site (americanheritage.org) to access the PDFs. Go to AHEF bookstore to purchase the printed guide.
For more information, please go to americanheritage.org/programs/miracle-of-america/.