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Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk about Civil War leadership and how both Armies were structured during the Civil War.  Everything from privates to colonels, regiments and corps.

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From Regiment to President: The Structure and Command of Civil War Armies

 

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Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk about my recent trip to Kansas where I did some professional development to teachers on the Common Core Standards.

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Flack Check 

 

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Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I interview Mr. Norman Ball.  Mr. Ball is an author, musician and play write who has penned a new musical based on the Red Badge of Courage called the SIDES Musical.

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Normal Ball online

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SIDES Musical Clip on YouTube

 

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 29 – The Battle of Antietam

September 15, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk about my recent trip to Sharpsburg, MD and sleeping on the Antietam Battlefield.  I also talk about the battle and some suggestions for teaching the topic. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 28 – The Civil War Kid

August 31, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Andrew Druart who is also known as the Civil War Kid.  Andrew is learning about the Civil War and raising money for Battlefield preservation. Feedback on the show? email me […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 27 – Fort McHenry

August 17, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I am talking about a recent family trip to Ft. McHenry in Baltimore where we spent a some time learning about the fort and the Star Spangled Banner. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 26 – Welcome Back

August 10, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I am talking about computer troubles, conference travels, and finding primary sources from the Kansas Historical Society and their Kansas Memory Project. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is by […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 25 – The Gettysburg Cyclorama

June 11, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I am talking about a recent family trip to Gettysburg where we spent a some time and visited the Gettysburg Cyclorama painting. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 23 – The John Rupp House

May 17, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I am talking about a recent visit to Gettysburg and visiting the John Rupp House Museum.  I also talk about exploring the battlefield and the Gettysburg Foundation. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 18 – Language Arts

March 30, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss how you can teach the American Civil War in the Language Arts Classroom.  I also share the Sullivan Ballou letter. Here is a photo of Sullivan Ballou:   Feedback on the show? email me […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 16 – Using Math to Teach the Civil War

March 8, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk a bit about how you can use Math to teach and learn about the Civil War. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is by Mark Ferguson and is […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 15 – YouTube and the Civil War

March 1, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk a bit about how you can use YouTube to teach and learn about the Civil War Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is by Mark Ferguson and is […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 14 – Attending PETE&C

February 23, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk a bit about my recent visit to the annual Pennsylvania Education Technology Expo and Conference (PETE&C).  I also interview a teacher and learn about how she is having her students use primary sources and […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 12

January 19, 2012

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I talk a bit about a trip that my family and I took to Charleston, SC and our visit to Fort Sumter. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 11

December 21, 2011

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I present a brief interview that I did with author JD Petruzzi.  I have done reviews of JD’s books here before and it was nice to talk to him in person about his works. Feedback on […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 8

October 12, 2011

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss a recent trip that my daughter Sarah and I made to the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg.  During this visit, we had the opportunity to meet Dr. Daisy Century who portrays Harriet Tubman […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 7

September 13, 2011

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss some ways teachers can use various Google tools to find resources for teaching the Civil War. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Follow Me on Twitter Music is by the Excelsior Brigade […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 5

July 26, 2011

      Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss some ways teachers can overcome different barriers when trying to use technology to teach the Civil War. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Music is by the Excelsior Brigade Fifes and Drums […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 3

June 18, 2011

      This is the third episode of my new podcast. I hope the quality is better (I’m still playing with the settings) and that you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss a my upcoming ISTE presentation, a Civil War Reenactment, Civil War Sallie and a family trip to Gettysburg. Feedback on the […]

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 2

May 26, 2011

      This is the second episode of my new podcast.  I hope the quality is better and that you enjoy listening. In this episode I discuss a book that I recently read, National History Day in Pennsylvania and CSI: Gettysburg. Feedback on the show? email me at podcast@teachthecivilwar.com Music is by the Excelsior […]

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