Schools can take advantage of four distance learning programs as follows:
Check out the etchings, lithographs and woodcuts featured in the virtual exhibition from Georgetown University's collection.
The Character Tree, which provides online video lessons on character development, is offering a free video lesson on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
During this no-cost experience appropriate for K-12 classrooms, students will explore the life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as they view Celebrate with DE: Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The 1619 Project is a collection of articles and supporting materials on slavery and its significance to American history and culture by the New York Times.
Designed to support NCSS’s Inquiry Arc in their C3 Framework, an IDM has basically three parts: questions, resources, and tasks.
In a gig-based economy our students will find themselves working on asynchronous teams in different geographies, different times, and with different cultures. How then can we prepare them for this workflow?
“Through these resources, my hope is that we can further interest young people in the power of history and help them better understand the complexity of issues we face today, including the connection to the past and their relevance to the future,” said Ken Burns.
I love the ability of digitized maps to allow access to all sorts of data in all sorts of very visual ways.
If you’re not having classroom conversations about both current events and political issues focused on impeachment, you’re probably doing it wrong.