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Browse Blog - historical thinking

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Teaching about Columbus Day: Mythbusters

Will the REAL Cristoforo Colombo please stand up. [...] »

Bookmark This! Gilder Lehrman's History Now

It's all about the American Revolution. [...] »

Online Professional Development through the Library of Congress

Library of Congress professional development for teachers emphasizes a self-paced look at resources and methodologies. [...] »

Especially for Teachers: Annenberg Media's Online U.S. History Textbook

Here's a digital textbook for teachers packed with resources. [...] »

National History Club: Having Fun AND Doing History

The 375 chapters of the National History Club make history come alive. [...] »

John Brown, Harpers Ferry, Students, History and Technology

Middle school students interpret history at Harpers Ferry. [...] »

Remember the Ladies—But Not Just in March

Women's history should be integral to the total narrative of American history. [...] »

Register for Your Virtual Seat: Smithsonian Education Online Lincoln Conference

If you missed this two-day online event, watch the videos from the Abraham Lincoln: a Smithsonian Education Online Conference on the website. [...] »

Thinking Like a Historian: Rethinking History Instruction

Are students ever too young to start learning to think like historians? [...] »

Journal of the Association for History and Computing

The current online issue of Journal of the Association for History and Computing (April 2008) highlights the use of digitized primary source documents in the classroom and in the archives. [...] »