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AHEF sponsors professional development teacher workshops and seminars on various topics of America’s heritage for teachers, students, and the general public. These sessions are offered in the greater Houston area and in other locations by arrangement.

AHEF partners with the Center for Law & Liberty at Houston Baptist University (CLL-HBU) as well as schools, churches, civic groups, and other community organizations to offer these sessions. Teachers who attend AHEF teacher workshops receive professional development credit through the HBU School of Education.

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Saturday, October 22, 2016, Houston TX
AHEF-HBU Professional Development Teacher & Citizen Workshop:
Topic: “The History & Foundation of Religious Freedom in America”


Topic: “The History & Foundation of Religious Freedom in America.”
Subtopics include the emergence of religious tolerance in America, religious freedom as a natural right, the First Amendment, and the relationship between church and state. Teaching strategies will also be presented on these topics. Lunch provided. Attendees receive 3.0 credit hours of Professional Development from the HBU School of Education. Open to private and public school teachers/administrators, homeschoolers, and interested citizens. Limited seating. Register in advance. Registration Fee: $30. Hosted by the Center for Law & Liberty at Houston Baptist University, HBU School of Education, and AHEF. Sponsored by AHEF. For more information and to register, go to HBU-AHEF Teacher & Citizen Workshop 2016.
Teacher Workshop Flyer 2016
Presenter Bios

Presenters:
– Dr. John Tyler, Associate Professor of Law, Houston Baptist University
– Michael Gollihugh, Educator

– Angela Kamrath, AHEF President and Author of The Miracle of America
– Carol Delac, Educator
– Dr. Chris Hammons, Director, Center for Law & Liberty, and Professor of Government, Houston Baptist University
– Lesley Clinton, Educator

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AHEF-HBU Professional Development Teacher Workshop:
Topic: “The Declaration of Independence: The Rationale of the American Revolution”

Topic: “The Declaration of Independence: The Rationale of the American Revolution.” Subtopics include the Declaration as Social Contract, the Law of Nature, Unalienable Rights, and the Bible-Centered Debate on Revolution. Lunch provided. Attendees will receive 3.5 credit hours of Professional Development from the HBU School of Education. Open to both private and public educators. Interested citizens are welcome. Registration: $30. Registration Deadline: Nov 11. Hosted by the Center for Law & Liberty at Houston Baptist University, HBU School of Education, and AHEF. Sponsored by AHEF. For more information and to register, go to 2015 HBU-AHEF Teacher Workshop.

Saturday, October 25, 2014, Houston TX
AHEF-HBU Professional Development Teacher Workshop:
Topic: “Exploring the Influence of Judeo-Christian Principles on the American Founding”
Hosted by the Center for Law & Liberty at Houston Baptist University, HBU School of Education, and AHEF.
Sponsored by AHEF.

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