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Teachinghistory.org Turns Three & Offers New Search Feature to Celebrate

Apr 26 2011

 

Teachinghistory.org Turns Three and Offers New Search Feature to Celebrate

Who says things don’t get better with age?  Teachinghistory.org turns three in May and to celebrate, the website is debuting a new, improved search feature that makes finding quality history content and K-12 teaching materials even easier. 

Looking for lesson plans on the Cold War era?  Or primary source materials related to the New Deal?  Or new ways to incorporate technology into your lessons?  The new search at Teachinghistory.org allows you to explore over 1,000 website reviews, nearly 3,500 museum and historic site reviews, and over 1,500 multimedia resources, along with lesson plans, best practices videos and more.

All of these quality history resources and teaching strategies are searchable by topic, grade level, or type of material.   Thanks to Teachinghistory.org’s improved search feature, you can find what you want more easily and save time.   Try the new search engine at www.teachinghistory.org and see what you discover!

Teachinghistory.org, a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, is a leader in helping K–12 history teachers access resources and materials to improve U.S. history education in the classroom. Funded through the U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement’s Teaching American History (TAH) program, Teachinghistory.org builds on and disseminates the valuable lessons learned by more than 1,000 TAH projects designed to raise student achievement by improving teachers’ knowledge and understanding of U.S. history. 

 
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