NEW EPISODE: Teaching & Learning WWI

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Teaching & Learning
World War I

Episode #126

Classroom 1919

In 1919, 94% of Americans over age 14 could read. Most classes were taught by women.

Teaching & Learning WWI

Host – Theo Mayer

  • Lafayette, Here We Go Again – Host | @ 02:15
  • Killing the Angel of Peace – Mike Shuster | @ 07:15
  • War Memoirs From WWI: “Siegfried Sassoon”  – Dr. Edward Lengel | @ 11:30
  • Updates From The States: Hawaii – Col. Arthur Tulak (ret.) | @ 17:20
  • Education in 1919 – Host | @ 25:15
  • WWI Educator’s Tool Kits – Dr. Jennifer Zoebelein | @ 28:15
  • Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History – Ron Nash | @ 36:25


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