Professional Presentations

History Education

All emphasize historical thinking skills and inclusive curriculum.

Presenter, Reframing Revolutions: Centering Indigenous, Black, and Women’s Voices in the Age of Revolutions. Video replay available.

7/2020, with Bram Hubbell and Angela, World History Association: Under the Baobab

Panelist, Gaming and Simulations in the History High School Classroom: “Less Scrambling, More Reflecting: Revisiting the Scramble for Africa, Simulation and the Implications for What Students Learn about Imperialism”

10/2018, with Bram Hubbell, Great Lakes History Conference

Responding to Imperialism in the History Classroom

8/2018History Fest, Minnesota Historical Society in partnership with Minnesota Council for History Education

Material and Linguistic Synthesis in Indian Ocean Encounters: “Swahili Coast and Indian Ocean Exchange

6/2018, with Angela A. Lee, World History Association

Putting the World in World War One

3/2018, Minnesota Council for the Social Studies

8/2017, History Fest, Minnesota Historical Society in partnership with Minnesota Council for History Education

Eric Beckman standing in front of large poster
Presenting at NCSS17

Poster session, Using Swahili as Historical Evidence

11/2017, National Council for the Social Studies

3/2020, National Council for History Education

Using Swahili as Historical Evidence

2/2017, Minnesota Council for the Social Studies

DBQs for Everyone

8/2016, History Fest, Minnesota Historical Society in partnership with Minnesota Council for History Education

Assessing Student Understanding of Perspective in History Classes

7/2015Minnesota Council for History Education

Flipped Classroom Models

1/2014, co-presenter with Ron Hustvedt, Jr. Minnesota Council for History Education

Working with the Minnesota High School World History Standards

7/2014Minnesota Council for History Education

Using Inquiry Lessons 

7/2013, Minnesota Council for History Education

Who was Toussaint L’ouverture?

3/2013, Minnesota Council for the Social Studies 

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