Historian Scott Tucker Announces New Educational Video Series

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(Newswire.net — December 16, 2014) Los Angeles, CA — The newest project from historian Scott Tucker is entitled “Still Time” and will cover a span of time from the start of the 20th century until present day. It will be packaged as a ten-DVD set also available in digital form on Tucker’s website. Ample supplementary materials for teachers and parents are included along with login password to a forum discussion group.

“This project has been going off and on for about three years now,” says Scott Tucker. “We ran into problems in post-production and a lot of material had to be reshot, so we are much relieved to finally be able to present the finished work. It is really the first video series of its kind and we are all proud of how it turned out.”

Scott Tucker has been interested in history. Both of his parents were history teachers themselves as well as avid re-enactors. This exposed Tucker at a very early age to the inaccuracies and controversy concerning historical events, starting him down the beginning of his academic path.

During his 13 years in academia, Tucker has served in several positions including school board advisor, college professor, and editor. While studying at Yale, Tucker started a historical studies group that met twice a week at his home. Many of the attendees would later join on to help with Tucker’s projects, eventually forming the small educational company, “History, Inc.”

“The Still Time Series is the most comprehensive material on the market no matter what the medium,” says History, Inc. team member Jen Hudson. “I can easily see this being used in school system just as well as a home setting, and with the addition of the users forum directly moderated by us, the information can get as specialized and specific as it can be.”

The “Still Time” series is due out on the market early next year. Scott Tucker and his team will be embarking on an East Coast tour, speaking at school board meetings and homeschooling conferences.

By Gregory McCarthy