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The History of (American) Health


Health is both a public and a private concern. Get your students considering the history of health with these resources! [...] »

Resources for Independence Day


Why do we celebrate the Fourth of July instead of the Second of July? Teach the context of the Declaration of Independence with these resources! [...] »

Introducing Teachinghistory.org Mobile


Have you ever wanted to access Teachinghistory.org on the go? Now you can! [...] »

Jennifer Orr Wins ISTE Kay L. Bitter Vision Award


Congratulations to Teachinghistory.org writer Jennifer Orr, winner of the 2012 Kay L. Bitter Vision Award for Excellence in Technology-Based PK-12 Education! [...] »

Family History and the 1940 Census


Search the 1940 census for a personal link to history, with these guidelines from educator Alex Stein. [...] »

Teaching History with Archaeology


Teach your students to "think archaeologically" as well as historically! [...] »

Resources for Flag Day


Flag Day may not fall during the school year for many, but Flag Day resources are valuable all year long. [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Historical Problem Spaces


Students solve "problem spaces" when they play video games. Apply "problem space" thinking to studying history! [...] »

Jennifer Orr on Experiencing History: A Visit to the Parson Weems House


First-grade teacher Jennifer Orr asks her own history questions when she visits a historic house. [...] »

Joe Jelen on Political Cartoons 2.0


Find, analyze, and create political cartoons that address any issue in U.S. history! [...] »

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