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YouTube is an invaluable resource—just make sure to use it properly! [...] »

Bring geography into the history classroom with resources from Google Earth. [...] »

Discover a whole new world of mapping and geography with Google Maps! [...] »

Bring history to life and protect student identity with personalized speaking avatars. [...] »

Facilitate dialogue in the history classroom with this online bulletin board maker. [...] »

K-6 teachers, worried that your students aren't ready for digital tools? Check out this storytelling site! [...] »

Use pictures to teach and learn history—and explore copyright issues. [...] »

Discover new classroom possibilities with this easy-to-use video presentation tool. [...] »

Map the twists and turns of a process or historical narrative with this charting tool. [...] »

Teach in a virtual classroom? Try this collaborative online whiteboard tool. [...] »