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Teaching the Declaration without Overwhelming Students

Mar 3 2009
Is the Declaration of Independence challenging for your students? Check out these ideas to make this text more accessible. [...] »

Seeking U.S. History Books for 9th and 11th Graders

Jan 1 2009
Look for school districts and teachers' shared lists. [...] »

Changes in Teaching History Over the Past 10 Years

Nov 11 2008
In the last 10 years, some major changes in history teaching have taken place. [...] »

Bridging the Language Barrier

Jul 7 2008
Vocabulary legends, guiding questions, and teamwork are all good solutions. [...] »

Teaching the Homebound or Hospitalized

Jul 7 2008
Teaching the homebound or hospitalized student offers a chance to explore teaching with technology. [...] »

Teaching with Lectures and Documents

Jun 6 2008
Using a variety of instructional strategies in your classroom makes good sense. [...] »

Challenging Gifted 10th Graders

May 5 2008
Explore tips on challenging gifted high school students, including resources and strategies. [...] »

Using Document Based Questions with Struggling Readers

Feb 2 2008
Should I just try to jazz up our textbook or can you suggest places to look to find documents that my kids can decipher? [...] »

 
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