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Showing 61 - 70 of 317 results’s AHA Workshop: Teaching the Past in a Digital World

Missed our workshop at the American Historical Association in Chicago? Catch [...] »

Report on State of History Education Released!

Learn about's free Report on the State of History [...] »

Elizabeth Glynn on Personal Tablet Computers

Personal tablet computers are everywhere, but what role do personal tablet [...] »

Resources for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Do you use Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a teachable moment? Our spotlight [...] »

Valerie Tripp: Salty Ham: Using the Senses in Historical Research

Have you tasted pioneer foods like apple butter? Listened to old records on [...] »

Michael Yell Uses National History Day for Classroom Differentiation

Searching for advanced projects for your eager learners? Teacher Mike Yell [...] »

Start Planning Now for Summer Professional Development

It's never too early to start planning for summer professional development [...] »

Mark Smith on Using Constructivist Video Production

Do you use video creation as a culminating activity? Teacher Mark Smith [...] »

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Resources for the 70th Anniversary

December 7, 2011 will mark the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl [...] »

Jeremiah McCall on Evaluating Simulation Games for Classroom Use

So you want to use digital games in your teaching. How do you decide which [...] »