Teaching History: National History Education Clearinghouse

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If you are a history teacher and have not found this site yet, today is your lucky day. The Roy Rozenzweig Center for History and New Media has created this site to put history content, current research, teaching strategies, best practices, and access to resources all in one place. You’ll find videos about ways of teaching history, lesson plans and teacher reviews of those plans, ELL instructional strategies, and ways to access history texts on the iPad. The “History Content” section is filled with information, including an interesting part called “Ask a Historian.” You will lose track of time while exploring all this site has to offer.

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