K-12 Professional Development

Online Courses

Photograph of Harris Street School, 1946. From the Foltz Photography Studio collection, MS 1360.

Georgia Historical Society Online Learning

Free, self-paced online modules for educators. Click on the link above to register and start learning.

Course Catalog:

For our Posterity: The Creation of the U.S. Constitution and Georgia’s Role in Securing the Dream of Liberty
Free, self-paced online modules with an emphasis on the Constitutional Convention and the role Georgians played in the creation and ratification of the most important document in American history.

Introduction to Primary Sources in the Classroom
Free, self-paced online modules with an emphasis on finding primary sources to incorporate into the curriculum.


Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
Sunday, Jun 11, 2017 - Friday, Jun 23, 2017
NEH Summer Institute
Recognizing an Imperfect Past: History, Memory, and the American Public This NEH Summer Institute, Recognizing an Imperfect Past: History, Memory and the American People,  will engage scholars—college and university professors, adjunct and non-tenure-track faculty—in an exploration of how we as a country recognize, remember, and memorialize controversial people and events in the American past as viewed...



Schedule a Professional Development Event

Would you like GHS to conduct a professional development presentation or workshop at your school, district, or institution? Contact Education Coordinator Sophia Sineath at 912-651-2125 ext. 152 or ssineath@georgiahistory.com.