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Interactive World History

Nov 1 2010
Do you want to introduce a child to the wonders of world history? Find out how! [...] »

America: The Story of US

Jun 17 2010
Remember that any historical story, of the U.S. or otherwise, can be useful as [...] »

Bridging the Gap Between Ancient and Modern Democracies

Jun 16 2011
To most students, "histories" are entirely separate— [...] »

Understanding Civic Republicanism

Dec 19 2011
In order for students to grasp the importance of American civic republicanism, [...] »

The Progressive Era: A Group Effort

Oct 28 2010
Provides a comprehensive list of websites and strategies to creatively [...] »

Historic Stories, Fictional Accounts: Achieving Multiperspectivity

Dec 19 2011
Nonfiction texts are great sources for learning about historical events and [...] »

Integrating Technology into the Classroom

Dec 10 2009
Upgrade to "school 2.0" through making the most of technological [...] »

Resources for Units on Early American Government

Dec 2 2009
When unit planning is daunting, look to exceptional examples online. [...] »

Let's Get Folky

Nov 10 2010
Looking for a way to spice up your lesson plans? Try incorporating folk music! [...] »

APPARTS Strategy: Origins and Implementation

Jun 1 2011
Engrain the APPARTS strategy into young students, and they'll be well on [...] »