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Resources for the Titanic's Centennial

One hundred years later, we're still talking about the sinking of the Titanic. Let these resources ground your lessons! [...] »

Preparing for the Days of Remembrance

How do people talk about and understand the Holocaust today in the U.S. and around the world? [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Activities and Assessments for Simulation Games

Thinking about using digital games in your classroom? In Part Four of his six-part series, teacher Jeremiah McCall shows you how to form lesson plans around critically evaluating U.S. history games. [...] »

Lessons Online: TED-Ed

Nominate teachers and lesson ideas to share with teachers Internet-wide. [...] »

Michael Yell on Writing as Thinking

Practicing writing practices good habits of thought, says Mike Yell. Two strategies can get your students writing every day. [...] »

Film Review: Iron Jawed Angels

How does modern television portray early 20th-century suffragists? Through very modern eyes, says Historian Carla Bittel. [...] »

Meg Griffin on Google Docs

What can you do with Google Docs? [...] »

Resources for Women's History Month

Teach women's history in March and all year long with these resources. [...] »

Joe Jelen Makes Students' Thinking Visible with Backchannel Discussion

Can you turn classroom chatter to constructive ends? Joe Jelen says digital tools can help. [...] »

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