Understanding Civic Republicanism Dec 12 2011In order for students to grasp the importance of American civic republicanism, they must first understand its origins. [...] »
Sifting for SourcesNov 11 2011Curious to discover how to introduce young learners to primary and secondary sources? Click here now! [...] »
Advice for the Student TeacherNov 11 2011Are you caught between academic advisors and classroom teachers? Feel like you're being pulled in opposite directions? We're here to help. [...] »
Stop and Source!Nov 11 2011Students get more out of historical photographs when they take the time to explore who took them, where, and why. [...] »
North Carolina History+Technology Oct 10 2011Incorporating technology is an excellent way to engage students and deepen their understanding. [...] »
Resources for Teaching Local HistoryOct 10 2011Unsure how to construct a curriculum that focuses on the history of your area? Click here to alleviate your confusion! [...] »
National History Day in Kentucky Oct 10 2011NHD is a great way to get students to interact with history. KY teachers check this out! [...] »
Brain-based Research Oct 10 2011What's in a brain? Quite a lot actually! Discover how brain research relates to the history classroom. [...] »
Teaching High School History at HomeSep 9 2011Searching for home schooling solutions? Look no more! [...] »
Tips and Tricks for Using Graphic OrganizersSep 9 2011Graphic organizers can be tricky. Check out these tips on how to keep them simple! [...] »
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