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Organization name: edison institute
State: Michigan
Keywords: america's industrial revolution (ALL of these words -- matching substrings)

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BH-250837-16Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2016 - 12/31/2017$179,912.00Christian Overland   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2016U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs1799120171558.840

Two one-week workshops for seventy-two school teachers on the Industrial Revolution in America at The Henry Ford.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding to host another year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: 1) The early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; 2) The mechanization of agriculture; 3) The impact of steam on transportation; 4) The increasing impact of science and invention; and 5) The assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge Center's Dearborn Truck Plant, visit historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and professional growth.

BH-261620-18Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2018 - 12/31/2019$164,744.00Philip Grumm   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2018U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs16474401647440

Two one-week workshops for 72 school teachers on the Industrial Revolution in America at The Henry Ford.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding to host another year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: 1) The early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; 2) The mechanization of agriculture; 3) The impact of steam on transportation; 4) The increasing impact of science and invention; and 5) The assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with six renowned scholars, visit the Ford Rouge Center's Dearborn Truck Plant, visit historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and professional growth.

BH-50068-05Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford1/1/2005 - 12/31/2005$142,000.00WilliamS.Pretzer   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2004U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs14200001420000

Two one-week workshops for 80 school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution, held at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village, the Henry Ford Museum, the Benson Ford Research Center, and the Ford Rouge Factory.

BH-50113-06Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution1/1/2006 - 12/31/2006$149,679.00WilliamS.Pretzer   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2005U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs14967901496790

Two one-week workshops for 80 school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution, held at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village, the Henry Ford Museum, the Benson Ford Research Center, and the Ford Rouge Factory.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding for a second year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: the transition from home to factory; mechanization of agriculture; impact of steam on transportation; increasing impact of science and invention; the assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge plant and historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts, and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers’ curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and intellectual growth.

BH-50177-07Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution10/1/2006 - 9/30/2007$142,752.00John Metz   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2006U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs14275201427520

Two one-week workshops for eighty school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution, held at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village, the Henry Ford Museum, the Benson Ford Research Center, and the Ford Rouge Factory.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding for a third year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: the early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; mechanization of agriculture; impact of steam on transportation; increasing impact of science and invention; the assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge plant and historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts, and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and intellectual growth.

BH-50273-08Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2008 - 1/31/2010$163,461.00Paula Gangopadhyay   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2008U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs16346101634610

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding for a fourth year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: the early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; mechanization of agriculture; impact of steam on transportation; increasing impact of science and invention; the assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge plant and historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts, and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and intellectual growth.

BH-50334-09Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2009 - 12/31/2010$159,987.00Paula Gangopadhyay   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2009U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs15998701599870

Two one-week Landmarks workshops for eighty school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution as interpreted through the historic buildings and collections at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding for a fifth year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: the early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; mechanization of agriculture; impact of steam on transportation; increasing impact of science and invention; the assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge plant and historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts, and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and intellectual growth.

BH-50392-10Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2010 - 12/31/2011$179,964.00Paula Gangopadhyay   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2010U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs17996401799640

Two one-week Landmarks workshops for eighty school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution as interpreted through the historic buildings and archival collections at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village and the Ford Rouge factory.

The Henry Ford, a National Historic Landmark, seeks funding for a sixth year of teacher workshops on America's Industrial Revolution. Five themes will be explored: 1) The early 19th century transformation of home and craft production; 2) The mechanization of agriculture; 3) The impact of steam on transportation; 4) The increasing impact of science and invention; and 5) The assembly line method of mass production. Teachers will have discussions with five scholars, visit the Ford Rouge Center's Dearborn Truck Plant and historic buildings in Greenfield Village, study primary documents and artifacts, and create innovative lesson plans. The workshop is designed to ignite teachers' curiosity and deepen their knowledge of the human dimensions of industrial change in order to encourage student enthusiasm and professional growth.

BH-50574-13Education Programs: Landmarks of American History and CultureHenry Ford MuseumAmerica's Industrial Revolution at The Henry Ford10/1/2013 - 12/31/2014$179,557.16Paula Gangopadhyay   Henry Ford MuseumDearbornMI48124-5029USA2013U.S. HistoryLandmarks of American History and CultureEducation Programs179557.1601795570

Two one-week Landmarks workshops for eighty school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution as interpreted through The Henry Ford's Greenfield Village and the River Rouge factory.

Two one-week Landmarks workshops for eighty school teachers on America's Industrial Revolution as interpreted through The Henry Ford's Greenfield Village and the River Rouge factory. This workshop combines morning lecture/discussion sessions with visiting scholars organized around a specific theme followed by afternoon site visits to the Ford Rouge factory and Greenfield Village led by the museums' curators. The latter features historic buildings ranging from a colonial farmstead to Thomas Edison's Menlo Park laboratory complex that were gathered from around the United States to illustrate the country's economic development. Afternoons also include follow-up discussions with the morning's lecturer and curriculum development sessions. On Monday, Nancy Gabin (Purdue University) leads a session on the transition from home to factory production. On Tuesday, R. Douglas Hurt (Purdue University) presents on the mechanization of agriculture. On Wednesday, Martin Hershock (University of Michigan, Dearborn) speaks on the impact of steam power on transportation. On Thursday, Paul Israel (Rutgers University) discusses the increasing significance of science and systematic invention, paying special attention to Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Nikola Tesla, and other late-nineteenth-century innovators. On Friday, Robert H. Casey (The Henry Ford) speaks on the development of the assembly line method of mass production. Readings include selections from historical works by Ruth Cowan, R. Douglas Hurt, Sarah Gordon, William Pretzer, Steven Meyer, and David Hounshell that address central workshop themes; participants also work with primary sources in The Henry Ford's archives in order to prepare lesson plans.