Enrollment Information for PIHNet Fellows

Access to the source documents on this site is restricted to Persistent Issues in History Network (PIHNet) Educational Fellows. Fellows must be teachers employed in K-12 institutions or faculty and preservice teachers in teacher education program to receive approval from the PIHNet team to enroll in the PIHNet website.

Members of the Networks study the central principles of the content-specific PBL approach, design and implement PBL instruction with their students, collect and share useful resources, and collaborate with other teachers for better instructions. The resources on this site are intended for instruction only, and copyright resources are strictly prohibited for distribution. PIHNet Fellows may not use site resources for research purposes without the express written permission of the PIHNet project directors.

Once approved, your PIHNet account is active for SIX months. In order to maintain an active status, you need to login, develop, and implement on at least ONE PIH activity with your students in that time. The PIHNet team (led by Drs. Brush and Saye) are available to assist you in the development of your course/unit/lesson/activity/resource.

To enroll in PIHNet, click on the “Continue with Enrollment” button at the bottom of this page. This will take you to an agreement page. Please read the list of membership requirements, and click on the “I Agree” button if you agree to abide by those requirement.

After this, you will reach the enrollment page. Please fill in all of the information requested on the enrollment page. Once you have submitted this information, it will be reviewed to verify your affiliation with a K-12 school or teacher education program. You will then be sent account information (including usernames and passwords).


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