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Education March 3 1817 Creation of Alabama Territory December 14 1819 Creation of the State of Alabama March 3 2017 December 14 2019 Alabama Bicentennial Commemoration Becoming Alabama ID: 624679

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March 3, 1817

Creation of Alabama Territory

December 14, 1819

Creation of the State of Alabama

March 3, 2017 – December 14, 2019

Alabama Bicentennial Commemoration

Becoming AlabamaSlide3


Discovering Our Places


Honoring Our People


Sharing Our StoriesSlide4

Curriculum Development

Create free resources to teach Alabama history across the curriculumProfessional Development

Lead Alabama history-focused teacher institutes across Alabama

Bicentennial Schools

Promote civic and community engagement in Alabama schools

Educational Initiatives

Educational InitiativesSlide5

Professional Development

2017 Summer InstitutesSlide6


“[The institute] has ignited a fire and a sense of urgency to learn more about MY history.”

– Selma Institute participant

“[The institute] has revitalized my thinking.”

– Birmingham Institute participant

“Best PD ever, hands down.”

– Moundville Institute participantSlide7

Across the Curriculum

“I will be looking for lots of ways to incorporate this into my math class.

” – Dothan Institute participant

“Social studies can be integrated into any subject.”

– Mobile Institute participant

“I plan to integrate [what I learned] with science curriculum.”

– Tuscumbia Institute participant

“There are so many ways that [local history] can be integrated into all areas of the curriculum.”

– Tuscumbia Institute participant

“This was the most inclusive workshop filled with information, hands on activities, technology, history, resources, collaboration and fun with an informal atmosphere!”

– Thomasville Institute participant

“I learned how to incorporate social studies into reading using trade books.” -

Troy Institute participantSlide8

Share Your Experience

Please share a resource or model an activity you discovered at your Summer Institute.Slide9

Invest in Alabama’s Future!