Educators like LAMP classroom materials

Photos: APUSH students with historian/ educator Michael Hogan; Einstein quote; scene from play with President and Mrs. Lincoln befriending Mexican charge d’ affaires Matias Romero

We’re delighted that educators from the USA, Mexico, and abroad are beginning to use supplemental classroom materials from the Lincoln and Mexico Project (LAMP) to cover what history textbooks omit.

The materials are based on the book Abraham Lincoln and Mexico, which grew out of an Advanced Placement US History class taught by internationally-respected historian and educator Michael Hogan in 2013. Now, the book is in many university libraries across the USA and also in the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.

LAMP offers educators a complimentary package of materials that includes a .pdf document or eBook version of Dr. Hogan’s book, a three-act play based on the book, and complete lesson plans based on the book and the play. The materials give educators and students access to archival documents examining Abraham Lincoln’s support for Mexico as congressman and as president to better understand historical relations between the USA and Mexico, and to facilitate discussion about current and future relations.

During the 2017-2018 academic year, one campus of the California State University system began using the paperback book in history courses. A high school in Mexico is using the book in an APUSH course, and one in Arizona is using the materials in social studies courses. If you know educators who might be interested in using the materials in the coming 2018-2019 academic year, just send their contact information to lamp@lincolnandmexicoproject.org and we’ll take it from there. Thanks.

Meanwhile, here’s a list of colleges, universities, and high schools that already have the materials.

USA

Alabama

  1. Judson College, Marion AL

Arizona

  1. Academy of Tucson High School, Tucson AZ

California

  1. Abraham Lincoln High School, San Diego CA
  2. California State University-Channel Islands, Camarillo CA
  3. California State University-Dominguez Hills, Carson CA
  4. Chadwick School, Palos Verdes CA
  5. Consumnes River College, Sacramento CA
  6. Coronado Unified School District, Coronado CA
  7. Long Beach College, Long Beach CA
  8. Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach CA
  9. Los Angeles Valley College, Valley Glen CA
  10. Moreno Valley Unified School District, Moreno Valley CA
  11. Parajo Valley Unified School District, Watsonville CA
  12. Pasadena Independent School District, Pasadena CA
  13. San Diego Unified Public Schools District, San Diego CA
  14. Sweetwater Unified High School District, Chula Vista CA

Florida

  1. Cypress Creek High School, Orlando FL

Georgia

  1. College of Continuing and Professional Education, Kennesaw GA

Illinois

  1. Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago IL

Louisiana

  1. Ouachita Parish School District, Monroe LA

Massachusetts

  1. Springfield Central High School, Springfield MA

Mississippi

  1. Forest High School, Forest MS

New Hampshire

  1. Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester NH

New Jersey

  1. Monsignor Donovan High School, Toms River NJ

New Mexico

  1. New Mexico Junior College, Hobbs NM

New York

  1. Columbia University, Brooklyn NY
  2. New York Department of Education, New York NY
  3. Preston High School, Bronx NY
  4. Unatego Central School District, Unatego NY

Pennsylvania

  1. Chester Senior High School, Chester PA
  2. Community College of Allegheny County Pennsylvania, West Mifflin PA

Rhode Island

  1. Brown University, Providence RI
  2. Rogers High School, Newport RI

Texas

  1. Houston Community College, Houston TX
  2. KIPP Houston Public Schools, Houston TX
  3. Sam Houston State University, Huntsville TX
  4. University of Texas-El Paso, El Paso TX

Virginia

  1. Emory & Henry College, Emory VA
  2. Miller School of Albemarle, Charlottesville VA
  3. Pulaski County High School, Dublin VA

Mexico

  1. American School of Durango, Durango MX
  2. American School Foundation of Guadalajara, Guadalajara MX
  3. American School Foundation of Mexico City MX
  4. American School Foundation of Monterrey, Monterrey MX
  5. American School of Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta MX
  6. Colegio Columbia, Tampico MX
  7. Colegia Ingles Americano, Monterrey MX
  8. Instituto Thomas Jefferson, Guadalajara MX
  9. International School of Cancun, Cancun MX
  10. The American School of Querétaro, Querétaro MX
  11. Peterson Schools, Mexico City MX

Abroad

  1. Nu’Uuli VoTech High School, Pago Pago

 

Author: LAMP

Co-founder of the Lincoln and Mexico Project. Email: lamp@lincolnandmexicoproject.org. USA: 619-246-4342. MX: +52-1-33-3676-5897

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