Gifted children, cultural history, teaching and learning, digital
Nate is a PhD. candidate in U.S. history at Mason currently researching the cultural history of gifted children. Nate is also a Digital Teaching and Learning Specialist working in the education division of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, particularly on two online courses for K-12 teachers, Hidden in Plain Sight and Virginia Studies. These courses follow an inquiry-based approach to learning about history and also explore how historians analyze evidence. Nate has also taught a graduate course, Teaching Hidden History, where history and education students create their own online history modules.