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Professional Development

Continuing Education for Educators at The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum offers exciting opportunities for educators across disciplines to experience professional development. These workshops, led by Museum staff and featured historians, explore the history and lessons of various WWII topics. Participants receive historical background and classroom-ready lesson plans, view rare WWII video footage, study relevant artifacts, discuss strategies for teaching each topic in the classroom, and learn about the teaching resources available from The National WWII Museum.

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Online Master's in World War II Studies

Through a partnered effort to offer learners the opportunity to discover new insights into the most significant event of the 20th century, The National WWII Museum and Arizona State University now offer an online World War II Studies master’s degree program. Learn how you can start your journey into the history and lessons of the war that changed the world.

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Summer Teacher Institute

The National WWII Museum offers intensive weeklong teacher training seminars both at the Museum and at overseas WWII locations. 

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Real World Science

The National WWII Museum offers a weeklong summer seminar for middle school science and math teachers, exploring key STEM concepts using real world WWII examples.

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Online Teacher Professional Development

Explore the history and lessons of World War II virtually with no special technology needed! Teachers can gain access to live and interactive programs and share with students right in their own classrooms.

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