Allow students to see that history as we know it is interpretation, perspective, and bias. [...] »
I have used this activity with Native Americans and slavery with great success. I have worked over the years to collect a variety of old textbooks from different time periods.
Sharp quills did the bidding of the even sharper intellects of the Revolution's [...] »
Absolving the guilty and punishing the innocent. Historian Elizabeth Reis looks [...] »
View contemporary coverage of the Civil Rights Movement from two Roanoke, VA [...] »
Veteran oral history projects relate the classroom to real people and real life. [...] »
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Set up and moderate an entire elementary class's worth of blogs at once. [...] »
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