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Abby's Resource Page for Social Studies Teachers
Hundreds of links to history, social studies, and education sites on the Web. Links are indexed for easy searching. Also home of the History Teachers' Education Ring.
Adventure Learning Foundation
Creates curricula which follow online adventure learning expeditions as they travel around the world. Includes resources for use in the K-12 classroom.
American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc.
Provides free K-12 curriculum lessons by and for teachers in social studies, U. S. history/government, political science, philosophy, and economics. The curriculum educates students about America's factual, philosophical heritage.
American History from 1899 High School Textbook
American History from 1899 perspective. Material from book has been broken down into 5 categories and any article is no more than 2 clicks away.
AMVETS Americanism Program
The program helps teach K-12 students about their American heritage, civics and citizenship through a series of contests where students design flags or posters and write essays, and win prizes.
AP History Online
Provides Information of AP European and United States History, and Preparation for the AP Test. Done by a Student who got a "5" on the AP Test.
BC Social Studies Teachers' Association Top Links
Offers links to valuable lesson plans, research links and professional information to teachers interested in socials, history, geography, and comparative civilizations.
Civilisations is an entirely new way to explore human history - a multi-dimensional picture of the world, where you're in charge of the timeline.
Colonial America - For Freedom and Profit
United States History project designed for grades 6-12. It is an interactive, internet-based, cooperative group activity in which students build a colony from the ground up.
Crossroads - A K-16 American History Curriculum
Recommended American history curriculum for kindergarten through college.
Cultural / Educational Artefacts
Created by teachers for teachers. Give students the opportunity to learn about history by feeling and touching actual parts of history.
To encourage teachers of students at all levels to use archival documents in the classroom, the Digital Classroom provides materials from the National Archives and methods for teaching with primary sources.
Enhances history teaching and research through primary sources, an online textbook, extensive reference resources, and interactive materials.
Dramatic History or Historical Drama?
Article which argues that historians with dramatic skills should find ways to write plays about historical subjects rather than leaving such tasks to dramatists who mainly use historical figures to attract attention to their plays.
Dwayne Voegeli's Social Studies Teacher's Page
A collection of resources geared toward 9-12 grade educators.
The Giant EHAP And AHAP Reviews
Susanna's summary of the entire AP European and American History Curriculum.
Global Nomads Group
GNG is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international dialogue by partnering educators around the world. Includes a teacher survey and project overview.
Directory of online history research resources for students and educators.
History and Social Studies
Small directory of educational sites for the student, genealogist and family historian.
Designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. History courses. This site serves as a gateway to Web resources and offers useful materials for teaching U.S. history.
In-depth information and resources on historical dates and events, American documents, breaking news, political news, and other historical data.
The Local Historical Archives Project (LHAP)
LHAP is a searchable database of historical images and documents, one that is largely compiled by students in grades 5-12. It is an educational project by which students create a local history resource available to anyone.
National Center for History in the Schools US History Standards
The standards are both online and in print form.
National History Day
Non-profit academic program designed to promote the study of history. Includes information on upcoming contests and participation, past winners, and recommended links to history resources.
Social studies lessons and links.
Featuring 100 milestone documents of American history from the National Archives. Includes images of original primary source documents, lesson plans, teacher and student competitions, and educational resources.
Repositories of Primary Sources
A listing of over 4000 web-sites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar.
History of Britain and Europe 1066-2000; features activities, homework help, and background on major events.
This page is designed for K-12 social studies teachers and students. It also has information and topics that are useful to pre-service social studies instructors and students. The World Wide Web offers almost unlimited opportunities for social studies education and we hope that this page will benefit both the novice and the experienced Web user.
Social Studies Education: National Council for the Social Studies
An information resource for social studies teachers.
Study Guide for Countdown to Millennium: An Oral History project
This study guide serves as a supplement to the radio series, Countdown to Millennium: An Oral History project. This resource for teachers includes lesson plans, background on oral history collection, instructions for video interviews and web page construction, and links to oral history archives.
Twentieth Century in America
A group of internet activities covering the major events of the 1900s in America.
The Vietnam War: Past and Present
Resource site for high school teachers provides historical background and curriculum ideas.
WebbieWorld: History Education
Small annotated directory of websites of interest to students and educators.
Y-Vote Mock Elections UK 2004 - London, Local and European Elections
Y-Vote Mock Elections provide a chance for the younger generation to have their say in politics for the UK and Europe.
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