Learning from London Town
A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities enabled a team of Key School teachers to join forces with professionals from the Maryland State Archives, the Anne Arundel County Archaeology Lab, and London Town House and Gardens to create internet-based learning materials to enhance the study of colonial society.
After a year of study with State Archivist Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, archaeologists Dr. Al Luckenbach and Dr. James C. Gibb, historian Dr. Lois G. Carr, and material culture specialist Barbara Carson, the Key teachers ultimately produced Learning From London Town.
A valuable resource for teachers at Key, Learning from London Town has earned notable recognition amongst leading educational registries. It was designated a "selected site" on EDSITEment, the National Endowment for the Humanities web site, as "…an outstanding example of how NEH's programs can foster curriculum enhancement and professional development in schools."