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Schools and Social Networking Tools


Schools are beginning to treat social networking tools as an essential part of preparing students for the 21st century. [...] »

Thinking Like a Historian: Rethinking History Instruction


Are students ever too young to start learning to think like historians? [...] »

Summer Surfing


Summer is a great time to wile away some hours on the internet. Here are some starting points we recommend. [...] »

Dozens of Distinctive Destinations


Vacation with living history outside the classroom. [...] »

Especially for New Teachers


Alarmed by the large dropout rate among new teachers, public and private educational institutions increasingly reach out to provide support to newcomers to the classroom. [...] »

We're Listening To


Podcasts in the classroom can bring the voices, sound, and even the documents and material culture of history alive. [...] »

Journal of the Association for History and Computing


The current online issue of Journal of the Association for History and Computing (April 2008) highlights the use of digitized primary source documents in the classroom and in the archives. [...] »

Preserve America Presidential Awards


First Lady Laura Bush presented the 2008 Preserve America Presidential Awards, the highest national award for historic preservation achievement, in a White House ceremony May 12. [...] »

Public Broadcasting Reports on Education


The Public Broadcasting System (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR) recently aired special reports on issues, problems, and solutions in American education. [...] »

Highlights from the American Historical Association


The May issue of Perspectives from the American Historical Association examines technology in the classroom. [...] »

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