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Resources for Memorial Day

May 15 2012
How do you observe Memorial Day? Teachinghistory.org shares teaching resources for the holiday. [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Evaluative Activities and Assessments for Simulation Games

May 14 2012
Want to use digital games in your class? Jeremiah McCall shares five guidelines for evaluating games. [...] »

Jennifer Orr on Making History Books

May 7 2012
Integrate history and literacy in early elementary by making history books! [...] »

Resources for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

May 4 2012
Explore our spotlight page and discover resources for teaching about Asian Pacific American experience in May or any time. [...] »

Molly Myers on Tweeting Towards Success

Apr 30 2012
Do you tweet? With social media, you can turn to the wired world for teaching advice and support. [...] »

Joe Jelen on Creating E-books

Apr 23 2012
Create e-books yourself, have your students create e-books, or draw on already existing e-books. All you need is Internet access! [...] »

Visiting History: A Guide for Professional Development

Apr 20 2012
Summer's around the corner . . . time to go visiting history! [...] »

Resources for Teaching the War of 1812

Apr 19 2012
Earlier this year, we looked at what historic sites were doing to celebrate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. But how can you teach the bicentennial in your classroom? [...] »

Jennifer Orr on Teaching Failure

Apr 16 2012
Use the lives of historical figures to teach students that failure isn't a bad word. [...] »

Resources for Earth Day

Apr 11 2012
Earth Day gives students a chance to consider how human relationships with the natural environment have changed over time. [...] »

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