History Education News - Volume Nine
American literature can be a powerful tool in the history classroom. In this issue, find resources for incorporating historical fiction and literature into[...] »
History Education News - Volume Eight
The founding documents can be powerful tools to discuss the themes of equality, freedom and the role of government. In this issue, find engaging resources[...] »
History Education News - Volume Seven
2011 marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. In this issue, we find resources and teaching ideas to explore the war's causes and impact.
History Education News - Volume Six
Learning how to read & analyze images can be challenging. In this issue, we examine how to find, use, and explore historic images in the classroom.
History Education News - Volume Five
Maps are an exciting resource for teaching history. In this issue, we feature map collections & tools for using these materials with your students.
History Education News - Volume Four
Looking for ways to approach difficult social issues? In this issue, we explore resources to help you engage students in these important conversations.
History Education News - Volume Three
History is more than words. Objects also provide insight into the past. In this issue, we highlight material culture resources & teaching ideas.
History Education News - Volume Two
It is back to school! In this issue, we feature topics relevant to this fall, such as presidential elections, teaching strategies, research and news.
History Education News - Volume One
Welcome to the inaugural issue of History Education News! Look here for the latest information on resources for teaching American history!
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