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Marginalia, CHNM

Looking for ways to use fiction in your elementary history curriculum? Read on for suggestions! [...] »

Screenshot, Edublogs homepage

Setting up and maintaining a blog for your classroom is easy (and typically free)! [...] »

Marginalia, CHNM

Thesis statements form the backbone of history essays and DBQs. [...] »

Illustration, From Princess Badoura, 1913, Edmund Dulac, nocloo.com

Help your elementary school students get more out of historical biographies. [...] »

Photo, "Mrs. Bryan," August 27, 2007, just sof, Flickr, creative commons

To engage with a source, ask, "What do I know, what do I want to know, and what have I learned?" [...] »

Lithograph, A so called president in petticoats, 1865, Library of Congress

Political cartoons are often conceptually complex, but offer valuable insights into history. [...] »

Chicago Daily News negatives collection, DN-0086141. Chicago History Mus.

Are classroom discussions about winning the argument or about understanding alternative positions? [...] »

 
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