Teaching Points posts are written by contributors who are currently teaching, or have taught in the past, college-level courses that deal with drug and alcohol history. It’s always nice to see how someone else handles teaching these (often taboo) topics, so enjoy some insightful writing on how to handle drug and alcohol history in the classroom!
You can see all the most recent Teaching Points pieces here.
- Drugs in U.S. History, May 31, 2018
- Teaching the “So What?” in “Marijuana in American History,” September 6, 2016
- The History of Drugs in Twentieth-Century America, August 18, 2016
- Surveying the United States’ History of Drugs and Alcohol, June 9, 2016
- History as a Resource for Understanding Drugs Today, May 26, 2016
- Reflecting on a Learner-Centered Approach to Teaching ‘Drugs and Trade,’ April 7, 2016
- Using “Drugs and Trade” to Teach and Research American History, February 2, 2016
- Preparing for “Addiction in American Life,” November 20, 2014