The iPad: A Digital History GatewayMay 5 2012Can iPads open an exciting new world filled with digital textbooks and sources? [...] »
Advice for the Student TeacherNov 11 2011Are you caught between academic advisors and classroom teachers? Feel like you're being pulled in opposite directions? We're here to help. [...] »
Brain-based Research Oct 10 2011What's in a brain? Quite a lot actually! Discover how brain research relates to the history classroom. [...] »
Teaching the History of Teaching HistoryNov 11 2010So you know you love teaching history, but do you know the history behind teaching history? [...] »
Two-Year High School U.S. History ProgramsJan 1 2010What are the benefits and detriments of implementing a two-year U.S. history course? [...] »
Tennessee's Social Studies Curriculum Oct 10 2009Standardization is a fairly new concept in education. [...] »
History is All Around UsSep 9 2009Looking for history right where you are. You'd be surprised how inspiring local history can be. [...] »
Finding Local History ResourcesAug 8 2009Finding resources to teach local history in elementary classrooms. [...] »
Data on Students' Knowledge of American HistoryMar 3 2009Finding solid data on student learning in history can be a challenge. Here are some places to start. [...] »
Changes in Teaching History Over the Past 10 YearsNov 11 2008In the last 10 years, some major changes in history teaching have taken place. [...] »
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