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Teachinghistory.org’s AHA Workshop: Teaching the Past in a Digital World

Jan 25 2012
Missed our workshop at the American Historical Association in Chicago? Catch a recap here. [...] »

Report on State of History Education Released!

Jan 23 2012
Learn about Teachinghistory.org's free Report on the State of History Education, recently updated! [...] »

Elizabeth Glynn on Personal Tablet Computers

Jan 16 2012
Personal tablet computers are everywhere, but what role do personal tablet computers have in the classroom? [...] »

Resources for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan 10 2012
Do you use Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a teachable moment? Our spotlight page and other resources can help! [...] »

Valerie Tripp: Salty Ham: Using the Senses in Historical Research

Jan 9 2012
Have you tasted pioneer foods like apple butter? Listened to old records on a phonograph? [...] »

Michael Yell Uses National History Day for Classroom Differentiation

Jan 4 2012
Searching for advanced projects for your eager learners? Teacher Mike Yell recommends National History Day. [...] »

Start Planning Now for Summer Professional Development

Dec 12 2011
It's never too early to start planning for summer professional development. [...] »

Mark Smith on Using Constructivist Video Production

Dec 5 2011
Do you use video creation as a culminating activity? Teacher Mark Smith suggests trying it at the beginning of a unit. [...] »

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Resources for the 70th Anniversary

Nov 30 2011
December 7, 2011 will mark the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Discover resources for teaching the day. [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Evaluating Simulation Games for Classroom Use

Nov 28 2011
So you want to use digital games in your teaching. How do you decide which games suit your needs? Jeremiah McCall gives tips for evaluating games. [...] »

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