TPS Consortium Journal
Strategies and resources for K-12 classrooms from the Library of Congress
The TPS Consortium Journal is a peer-reviewed, online publication created by members of the Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Consortium. Published biannually, each issue focuses on professional development and pedagogical approaches devised to build teachers’ capacity to use Library of Congress digitized primary sources effectively in K-12 classrooms. Each issue offers primary source-based suggestions, reflections, and findings about a number of topics from some of the most engaged educational thinkers and practitioners in the country.
TPS Consortium Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1, Spring 2021
- Primary Source Analysis – Social Media Style (PDF)
- Leveraging the Past to Inform the Present: Using Primary Sources to Examine and Critique the Status Quo (PDF)
- In Support of Civic Learning: Citizen U Lessons & the Teaching with Primary Sources Civics Educator Micro-Credential Program (PDF)
- Using Primary Sources to Empower Students and Facilitate Civic Engagement (PDF)