Publication Date

July 8, 2008

The AHA’s commitment to and involvement in K-12 history is over a hundred years old (see 1898 report The Study of History in Schools). These days the AHA’s support of K-12 teaching can be seen in instances like offering the Beveridge Family Teaching Prize (for “excellence and innovation in elementary, middle school, and secondary history teaching”), support of reports like The Next Generation of History Teachers, and the on going activities of the AHA’s Teaching Division.

This post highlights a number of Perspectives on History articles, AHA Today blog posts, and other resources that may be of interest to history teachers in elementary and high schools.

Perspectives on History Articles

AHA Today

Numerous resources have been profiled on AHA Today. Below are some posts that point to relevant resources for K-12 educators. Find even more online resources through the blog.

Lesson Plans

Other Resources


This post first appeared on AHA Today.

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