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Teaching about Columbus Day: Mythbusters

Oct 6 2009
Will the REAL Cristoforo Colombo please stand up. [...] »

Primary Sources: 100 Milestone Documents

Oct 1 2009
Consolidated access to pivotal diplomatic, legal, and political primary source documents. [...] »

Bookmark This! Free Maps!

Sep 28 2009
If all you need are basic maps for classroom exercises, this may be the place! [...] »

Especially for Secondary School Teachers: American History on Facebook

Sep 25 2009
History and art museums, archives, and libraries share information and resources via Facebook. [...] »

Teaching the Constitution

Sep 14 2009
Teach the Constitution on Constitution Day (or all year 'round)! [...] »

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

Sep 2 2009
Here's a digital textbook for teachers packed with resources. [...] »

Teaching Our Students to Evaluate Websites

Aug 31 2009
If it's from Google, does it got to be good? [...] »

Bookmark This! Our Courts Especially for Middle School Students

Aug 20 2009
Is it possible to excite and engage your students in learning about the judicial system? [...] »

Bookmark This! New and Improved Websites and Lesson Plans

Aug 6 2009
Don't miss this new website on the the aftermath of emancipation and new materials on EDSITEment. [...] »

August 1945: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Aug 4 2009
The age of nuclear warfare began on August 6, 64 years ago. [...] »