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Film Review: The Alamo

Remember the Alamo! But what does the U.S. remember? Historical fact or [...] »

Mark Smith on Nonverbal Williamsburg

Help your students with special needs build historical understanding with [...] »

National History Day Wins 2011 National Humanities Medal

Congratulations to National History Day for winning the 2011 National [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Structuring Lesson Plans Using Simulation Games

What can you learn from analyzing a history-based game? How to critique [...] »

Resources for Presidents Day

February 20 marks Presidents Day, 2012. What does this holiday mean to you [...] »

Social Studies Education "Down South"

Listen in on a conversation about curriculum, technology, and commonalities [...] »

Jennifer Orr on Data Retrieval Charts

Young students absorb information fast. Help them make sense of everything [...] »

Resources for African American History Month

How do you incorporate African American history in your teaching? African [...] »

The Bicentennial of 1812

How much do your students know about the War of 1812? Find resources on the [...] »

Joe Jelen on Discovering History Through Student Genealogy Research

Is it hard for your students to see how history affects them? Have them [...] »