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Bookmark This! Beneath the Surface of Wikipedia

Apr 29 2009
A tool for teaching analytical thinking or classroom pariah? [...] »

Resources: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Apr 23 2009
The term Asian Pacific American covers millions of people, thousands of cultures, and dozens of countries. [...] »

Remember the Ladies—But Not Just in March

Feb 28 2009
Women's history should be integral to the total narrative of American history. [...] »

Lincoln Bicentennial: A Teachable Moment (updated February 24)

Feb 16 2009
An ongoing reference to exhibits, events, lectures, reenactments, ceremonies, and other tributes commemorating the significance of Lincoln's life and his presidency during this 200th-year anniversary. [...] »

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

Feb 16 2009
New York State Archives offers lesson plans and materials about Hispanic history and culture in two languages. [...] »

2009 Horizon Report: Emerging Technologies in Higher Education

Feb 4 2009
A discussion of six emerging technologies and their role in education. [...] »

Classroom Resources: Presidential Inaugurals

Jan 2 2009
Inaugural parades and balls are as integral to the nation's history as the solemnity of the presidential oath of office and the inaugural address. [...] »

The Great Depression and Today

Oct 13 2008
Does the current financial crisis echo the Great Depression? [...] »

Teaching Resources for Constitution Day

Sep 11 2008
Constitution Day is September 17. [...] »

Learn About Mexican American History

Sep 10 2008
This website weaves the voices of Mexican Americans into the history curriculum. [...] »

 
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