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Teaching without Textbooks?


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

Bookmark This! New and Improved Websites and Lesson Plans


Don't miss this new website on the the aftermath of emancipation and new materials on EDSITEment. [...] »

August 1945: Hiroshima and Nagasaki


The age of nuclear warfare began on August 6, 64 years ago. [...] »

The Supreme Court: Connections Between Past and Present


The judicial system is perhaps the least understood and most complicated among the three branches of U.S. government to explain and to teach. [...] »

Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia


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

The Electronic Schoolhouse/LaEscuela Electronica: A Bilingual History Education Resource


New York State Archives offers lesson plans and materials about Hispanic history and culture in two languages. [...] »

The Great Depression and Today


Does the current financial crisis echo the Great Depression? [...] »

Teaching Resources for Constitution Day


Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar Launches Education Web Companion


The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar in Richmond, Virginia, recently launched an educational web companion helpful both to visitors to the Center and as a standalone teaching guide. [...] »

 
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