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Bringing Primary Sources into the Classroom

H.S.I: Historical Themes Investigation guides students and teachers through document analysis. [...] »

From the Atlantic Monthly: What Makes a Great Teacher?

Surprisingly, it isn't always job-related experience that does the trick. [...] »

Teaching About Haiti

Why is the history of Haiti and of America's relationship with that country important today? [...] »

National History Day 2010

Kudos to National History Day for the website makeover and tons of new resources for students and teachers. [...] »

Looking Forward in 2010

Is it ever too late to send best wishes for a happy new year? [...] »

Update! Martin Luther King Documentary Airs on History Channel

History Channel debuts a two-hour documentary on the life and legacy of Martin Luther King. [...] »

Teaching About Dr. Martin Luther King

A day of service, commemoration, and evaluation. [...] »

The People Speak: To Zinn or Not to Zinn

Howard Zinn is controversial and he makes students think. [...] »

Primary Sources, Historical Reenactments, and Twitter

A new approach to leading your students through primary sources. [...] »

Bookmark This! World War II Interactive Collection: Free From Footnote (December only)

Digitized primary resources on World War II—free access during December! [...] »