Web Resources for Teachers
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Social studies lesson plans and website endorsed by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Education page for the National Archives.
National Park Service provide free educational materials.
Find primary resources, lesson plans, exhibits, and videos free.
Find online exhibits, lesson plans, heritage month resources, and field trip help.
The National Guard provides educational materials dealing with the Civil War as well as other significant conflicts in American history. Through this program they offer a classroom presentation. Even if you can't take a field trip, it can come to you!
This section on teaching and learning provides resources on how to teach different historical topics and how to do historical research. The site also provides free scholarly journal articles for professional development.
Free online resources include lesson plans TV programs with lessons and resources to match.
The History Channel offers free resources, lessons, exhibits, and help for teachers.
Website developed by the Center for New Media and Learning at CUNY for teaching with visual evidence.
A vast amount of primary and secondary resources built for teachers, plus a connection to a video building web tool.
Free lesson plans, professional development, and resources for teachers.
A website built and run by teachers for teachers. Free resources, lesson plans, and peer help.
Become involved with the country's largest history competition for grade school students.
Interested in earning a graduate degree in history or the humanities? This website will give you all the tools to make an informed decision.
The latest issues in education.
Online journal of the latest education news.
History Is Elementary: “A Site for History Teachers and Anyone Who Enjoys Reading about History and History Education.”
Teaching the Civil War with Technology
Civil War Memory: Reflections of a High School history teacher and Civil War historian
A blog covering a variety of teaching topics.
Library of Congress Blog
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