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Browse Blog - historical thinking

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Anthony Pellegrino: Let the Music Play!...in Our Classrooms


Teach with punk, hip hop, and classic rock with these suggestions from teacher educator Anthony Pellegrino. [...] »

Elizabeth Schaefer on the Interactive Declaration of Independence


Eighth-grade U.S. history teacher Elizabeth Schaefer "warps" the Declaration of Independence into the future with interactives from the Library of Congress. [...] »

Memorializing Veterans: Teaching with Place


What do memorials say about history and how it's remembered? On Veterans Day, take a look at national and local veterans memorials. [...] »

National Archives Launches DocsTeach


Choose from more than 3,000 primary sources and seven activity modules to make your own interactive online lessons. [...] »

Jennifer Orr on Questioning Columbus


First-grade teacher Jennifer Orr answers the question, how do you teach when you don't have the answers to all the questions? Answer: Be honest! Here, she suggests sources for opening up the story of Christopher Columbus. [...] »

Elizabeth Schaefer on the Impact of 9/11 in the Classroom


Eighth-grade U.S. history teacher Elizabeth Schaefer introduces students to interview techniques and historical thinking with a lesson on 9/11. [...] »

Patents as Primary Sources


Patents as primary sources? These documents can give your students clues to development of U.S. science, technology, business, and social concerns. [...] »

Historical Thinking Poster!


Looking for ways to promote thoughtful, critical reading of primary and secondary sources in the classroom? [...] »

Welcome to Our Redesign, and Thank You


New content, new graphic interface, and streamlined search and save tools get you where you need to go. [...] »

Bringing Primary Sources into the Classroom


H.S.I: Historical Themes Investigation guides students and teachers through document analysis. [...] »

 
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