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Searchable by keyword, topic, time period or type of resource teachinghistory.org/history-content/history-in-multimedia Content pages for a specific holiday or historic event View past newsletters
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Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, RSS Feed Find free digital tools and strategies for using them effectively in the history classroom Beyond the Chalkboard Tech for Teachers Ready-made examples & video of source analysis and historical thinking Way to bring an expert into the classroom teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25170 Strategies for:
modeling historical thinking
analyzing primary sources
promoting historical inquiry teachinghistory.org/best-practices Lesson Plan Reviews Teaching Guides Provide tools for evaluating lessons plans, as well as teaching guides searchable by keyword or grade level teachinghistory.org/teaching-materials/lesson-plan-reviews teachinghistory.org/teaching-materials/teaching-guides/24264 Searchable by keyword, topic, and time period
Designed for teachers, but some high school teachers use as intro or concluding activity
Multiple choice and drag and drop formats teachinghistory.org/history-content/quiz teachinghistory.org/digital-classroom/tech-for-teachers teachinghistory.org/digital-classroom/beyond-the-chalkboard/25640
-John Adams: Great or Not?
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-Finding Local History Resources teachinghistory.org/history-content/ask-a-historian
teachinghistory.org/teaching-materials/ask-a-master-teacher Jennifer Rosenfeld
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tinyurl.com/FCPS-Jan2013 Teaching in Action teachinghistory.org/best-practices/teaching-in-action Watch teachers model a successful practice in a real classroom Other CHNM Resources National Resources Printable maps
Covers govt., biology, climate, geology and more Examples of Historical Thinking Examples of Historical Thinking Ready-made examples & video of source analysis and historical thinking Way to bring an expert into the classroom teachinghistory.org/best-practices/examples-of-historical-thinking/25096 Reviews of online world history primary source collections, including maps, photographs, and documents chnm.gmu.edu/worldhistorysources/index.html (Map image from afriterra.org, a reviewed site) Visit the "Analyzing Documents" section for resources about learning to analyze primary sources materials, including maps and images. A compilation of federal agencies and organizations that provide online materials helpful for history education Includes Smithsonian Museums, National Park Service, Library of Congress, NASA, U.S. Mint, U.S. Postal Service, and more http://www.teachinghistory.org/history-content/national-resource-centers