"History is interpretation and argumentation, and I cannot imagine teaching it without teaching students how to examine and write from primary and secondary sources. I want students to leave my class with much more than historical knowledge and trivia. I want them to become student historians who can think critically, provide evidence from the past as well as from texts, and argue constructively. This will provide them with the lifelong skills they need to be the contributing citizens and employees that will make this world a better place." —
Spotlight: Kathryn Daniels (MS '19)
Kathryn Daniels (MS '19) Teacher, Department Chairperson, & PLC Leader
Connections amplifies the voices of Milken Educators by focusing attention on the work and experiences of excellent educators across the nation. Through articles written by and about the work of Milken Educators, as well as features exploring classroom technology, strategies, education news and more, Connections sparks meaningful conversations about education.