Hamilton Education Program Online August Newsletter: Back in the Game for 2022-2023
Posted by Gilder Lehrman Staff on Wednesday, 08/24/2022
Welcome to the official newsletter for the Hamilton Education Program Online, the program whose goal is to help students in grades 6–12 see the relevance of the Founding Era by using primary sources to create a performance piece (e.g., a song, rap, poem, or scene) following the model used by Lin-Manuel Miranda to create the musical Hamilton.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute is thrilled to bring the Hamilton Education Program Online (EduHam Online) back to all schools with students in grades 6–12 for the 2022–2023 school year.
Competition opens on September 15.
Teachers and parents can register to engage in the program for their kids.
But first, Lin-Manuel Miranda welcomes you:
Register here to begin exploring the world of EduHam.
Start your journey or return to explore the world of Alexander Hamilton now with
Teachers, enjoy this helpful tour through the Teacher Guide below:
Remember that EduHam Online is completely adaptable for remote or hybrid learning and features a wealth of materials on the EduHamOnline website, including information about more than 45 founding era figures, 14 events, and 24 key documents, as well as 175 supporting documents, video clips from Hamilton, and more.
Supporting the program this school year is Hamilton Education Program Senior Education Fellow Gena Oppenheim, a familiar face from GLI’s History School and last year’s EduHam Online. Gena is a theater, film, and interdisciplinary studies teacher from New York City. She holds a BA from Barnard College and an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She has just begun her tenth year teaching at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn.
Please email any questions you have to email@example.com.
For our returning teachers, parents, and students, welcome back!
For our new teachers and parents looking to help your kids do a creative and educational project this fall, welcome to the EduHam Online narrative!
“Let this moment be the first chapter . . .”