History Geeks and Educational Media Specialists
Chris and Sean can do guided field trips to places of historical or educational value. This can be recorded or done in an in-person group setting.
Bringing interactive events and field trips to your group in real time.
Creating original, engaging multimedia content for your educational needs.
Below is a sampling of some of our video work over the years. The samples include episodes of Field Trippin', Know Your Neighbor, The History Geeks, and How It Works.
The History Geeks
History Geek Club at Victorian Village
2017 Veterans Day
2016 Veterans Day
Zoar Village and the Civil War
Hale Farm and Village
National Air & Space Museum
Aquarium of the Niagara
Mound City Group
Niagara Falls, N.Y.
The Battle of Lake Erie
Primary and Secondary Sources
How It Works
Know Your Neighbor
Cleveland Russian Festival
Columbus Greek Festival
Chris and Sean met in 2008 when they were employed as social studies teachers at an online K-12 school. Always looking for ways to engage students with historical content, they decided to create The History Geeks Club for students. Originally the club met once a month online and culminated in a year-end trip to the National Underground Railroad Museum.
But that was just the beginning.
The club grew in popularity, and soon expanded to both monthly online meetings and in-person field trips to locations of historical significance. Around this time Chris and Sean also began using video to create mini-lessons to help augment the historical knowledge that the students were craving.
In February, 2016, Chris and Sean obtained permission to LIVEStream a virtual tour of the National Mall in Washington, D.C. With over 5,000 simultaneous views, it was an enormous success. Shortly thereafter, the decision was made to create a regular Public Access Channel in order to deliver original, educational episodes on a weekly basis.
They've come a long ways from the early History Geek days, and their work now includes videos in Math, Science, and Language Arts, in addition to their continued work promoting their love of History. Even when they are not in front of the camera, they had a hand in writing, directing, and producing the content.
They believe that education is one of our greatest privileges, and that learning is and should be fun. Welcome to the Geek-The History Geek!
Sometimes the best way to promote our History Geek Club events was with a goofy promo!
Reds vs. Indians Baseball Trip
Redtails Movie Night
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