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LBJ Library Educator Webinar: Virtual Vietnam
July 9 Session 7: Sheila Mehta / Mallory Lineberger
Virtual Vietnam: Exploring the War Through Digital Resources

This session examines instructional tools through the DocsTeach platform as well as lesson opportunities and primary source document use when teaching the Vietnam conflict. Participants will be given a multitude of resources provided by the LBJ Presidential Library to use in the traditional or virtual classroom.

Jul 9, 2020 10:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Sheila Mehta
Round Rock ISD Teacher @Round Rock ISD
Sheila Mehta is a passionate educator with over 12 years of classroom experience. She has taught middle and high school social studies in Round Rock, Texas and currently teaches 11th grade United States History at Round Rock High School. In addition to her traditional classroom experience, she has been the Programs Manager at the Dr Pepper Museum in Waco, Texas. An avid museum-goer and experienced teacher, Sheila firmly believes in enriching the opportunities for educators to take museum-based resources into the classroom to provide thoughtful, relevant, and engaging activities for her students. She is excited about the relationship that museums can foster between formal and information education.
Mallory Lineberger
Education Specialist @LBJ Library
Mallory Lineberger is an Education Specialist at the LBJ Presidential Library, where she enjoys creating and leading classroom activities for school groups as well developing resources for educators. After studying history at Texas A&M University, Mallory earned a graduate degree in education from the University of North Texas in order to begin her career as a high school history teacher. In addition to her time in the classroom, Mallory’s museum experience includes two years guiding tours in the museums of Paris, as well as working in museum education at the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin, Texas.