American Liberty History Education Programs Online
If time and treasure hinder you from coming to Savannah, let us come to you in this immersive, 60 minute online learning program. Participants may follow the story of the Pilgrims and see how they embodied the American principles of faith, freedom, family, and community with their Wampanoag Indians OR may join a Patriot soldier on the eve of the Battle of Cowpens, relive the founding of Georgia with Oglethorpe and Tomochichi, the lives of colonists, the road to the Revolution, and intersperse demonstrations with deeds of courage and teamwork in this pivotal battle. Would you like to experience Georgia history in a fun, engaging, and unforgettable way with your learning group? Rally your scholars and come to Cowpens Battlefield! This experience covers the following Georgia Standards of Learning. If you have a group from another State, please contact us and we may tailor a program to cover your learning standards.
Georgia Standards of Excellence in Learning Addressed:
SS4H1 - Explain the causes, events, and results of the American Revolution
SS4CG1 - Describe the meaning of natural rights as found in the Declaration of Independence
SS8H3 - Analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolutionary Era
SSUSH2 - Describe the early English colonial society and investigate the development of its governance
SSUSH3 - Analyze the causes of the American Revolution
SSUSH4 - Analyze the ideological, military, social, and diplomatic aspects of the American Revolution
All guests receive a quiz (especially good for documentation for educators), learning resources, and template of a certificate of completion.
Teachers & Administrators ~
"The time and effort you put into planning was very evident and I'm thrilled to have you be ’a regular’ in our future… History units."
“Your enthusiasm for the subject is excellent, and when you project that enthusiasm and interest in the subject, you cannot help but to get kids excited about history and all it contains.”
"Can we do this again next week?"
"Thank you for the best school day that I've had in a long time."
"Something I will always remember is the "battle." I found that fun and interesting. I found it interesting because I found out something about war that I could never, ever find in books. Not in a million years… I thank you for giving me that gift. That's why I shall never forget the battle, or the whole day in fact."
"I have been reading ahead in our… history book and I am enjoying reading about it a lot."