Building a Class on Native American HistoryApr 4 2010Museums, colleges, and tribes are invaluable for gathering course-building materials on Native American history. [...] »
Tackling Tough TopicsMar 3 2010Race, ethics, stereotyping—all are thorny issues integral to our history. How can you encourage empathy? [...] »
Meshing History and Montessori MethodMar 3 2010In the Montessori philosophy, which prioritizes creativity, how can you best present history? [...] »
Constructivism: Actively Building KnowledgeMar 3 2010Traditional concepts of knowledge and pedagogy view the student as a "fact sponge." [...] »
Seeking SimulationsJan 1 2010For when your students need a healthy dose of participation to liven up the classroom. [...] »
Two-Year High School U.S. History ProgramsJan 1 2010What are the benefits and detriments of implementing a two-year U.S. history course? [...] »
Integrating Technology into the ClassroomDec 12 2009Upgrade to "school 2.0" through making the most of technological resources. [...] »
Resources for Units on Early American GovernmentDec 12 2009When unit planning is daunting, look to exceptional examples online. [...] »
Multiperspectivity: What Is It, and Why Use It?Dec 12 2009Simply pondering "multiperspectivity" (a European term for "multiple perspectives") introduces the concept. [...] »
Elementary Military History ResourcesNov 11 2009You don't have to wait until middle school to teach military history. [...] »
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