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Browse Blog - issues and research

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Social Studies Education "Down South"

Listen in on a conversation about curriculum, technology, and commonalities in history education between the United States and Argentina with curriculum specialist Mabel Scaltritti. [...] »

Report on State of History Education Released!

Learn about Teachinghistory.org's free Report on the State of History Education, recently updated! [...] »

Thanksgiving: The Real Backstory

Historians dispute the date of the first Thanksgiving. Is there a definite time and place? [...] »

Teaching about Columbus Day: Mythbusters

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

Teaching without Textbooks?

Can't live with them; can't live without them? [...] »

Department of Education Announces TAH Grant Awards

Thirty-eight states receive $116 million to improve American history instruction as Congress advocates TAH budget cuts. [...] »

School Internet Firewalls: Hindrance or Help?

Co-director of EdTechTeacher.org and former high school teacher Justin Reich thinks firewalls keep students from thinking critically about internet use and teachers from exploiting massive amounts of web-based resources. [...] »

Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia

A tool for teaching analytical thinking or classroom pariah? [...] »

2009 Horizon Report: Emerging Technologies in Higher Education

A discussion of six emerging technologies and their role in education. [...] »