Best History Websites - A gathering place designed for students, history teachers, and general history enthusiasts. Sites are ranked for usefulness and accuracy, which assist studies and educators in a wide array of subjects and periods throughout history.
American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc. - Offers free K-12 curriculum lessons developed by and especially for educators in social studies, U. S. history/government, political science, philosophy, and economics. Students receive education regarding America's factual, philosophical heritage.
AP History Online - Offers details concerning AP European and United States History, as well as Preparation for the AP Test. Developed by student who earned a "5" on the AP Test.
civilisations - Civilisations is a great new method to examine human history – offers a multi-dimensional picture of the world, granting you control of the timeline.
Colonial America - For Freedom and Profit - United States History project developed especially for grades 6-12. Offers an interactive, internet-based, cooperative group exercise in which students create a colony from scratch.
Digital Classroom - To support educators of students at every level utilize archival documents in the classroom, the Digital Classroom offers resources from the National Archives and techniques for education with primary sources.
Dr. James W. Loewen: Tips for Teachers - The author of Lies My Teacher Told Me offers suggestions for dealing with history textbooks, list of books and magazines, mailing lists, and associations.
Global Nomads Group - GNG is a not-for-profit organization committed to encouraging international dialogue by forming relationships with teachers across the globe. Features a teacher survey and project summary.
Histor eSearch.com - Database of web-based history research materials for students and educators.
Junto Society - Comprehensive info and resources covering historical dates and events, American documents, breaking news, political news, and additional historical data.
The Local Historical Archives Project (LHAP) - LHAP provides a searchable directory of historical images and documents, primarily collected by students in grades 5-12. Educational project whereby students produce a local history resource accessible to all.
National History Day - Not-fo-profit academic program developed to encourage the study of history. Features info on future contests and participation, prior winners, and suggested links to history resources.
Our Documents - Includes 100 milestone documents of American history provided from the National Archives. Features images of original primary source documents, lesson plans, educator and student competitions, as well as educational materials.
Schools History - Deals with the history of Britain and Europe 1066-2000; Includes exercises, homework assistance, and background on major events.
Social Studies - Site developed for K-12 social studies educators and students. Provides info and topics that are helpful to pre-service social studies teachers and students. The Internet provides unlimited opportunities for social studies learning and we hope that this site will assist both new and the experienced Web users.
Study Guide for Countdown to Millennium: An Oral History project - Study guide can be used as a supplement to the radio series, Countdown to Millennium: An Oral History project. Offers lesson plans, background on oral history collection, instructions for video interviews and web page construction, and links to oral history archives.
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