EDSITEment! Lesson Plans
National Endowment for the Humanities | Jul 28, 2020This resource offer synchronous lesson plans that can be adapted to remote teaching.
The World History Survey:
Lael Sorensen | Jul 28, 2020This site demonstrates how to teach visual literacy and encourage associative thought, key features of critical inquiry for beginning history students.
Teaching with Historic Places
National Park Service | Jul 28, 2020Teaching with Historic Places offers a series of more than 160 classroom-ready lesson plans that use historic sites as a means for exploring American history.
Women and Stalinism, 1929-1939
Tom Ewing and Elizabeth Ten Dyke | Jul 28, 2020This teaching module that offers content and activities appropriate for high school and college-level Modern World History students.
Emory University Center for Digital Scholarship, the University of California at Irvine, and the University of California at Santa Cruz, the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University | Jul 27, 2020This digital memorial raises questions about the largest slave trades in history and offers access to the documentation available to answer them.
The American Yawp
Edited by Joseph Locke, University of Houston-Victoria & Ben Wright, University of Texas at Dallas | Jul 27, 2020The American Yawp offers a free and online, collaboratively built, open American history textbook designed for college-level history courses.
Comparative Constitutions Project, Directed by Zachary Elkins, Tom Ginsburg, & James Melton | Jul 27, 2020Constitute offers access to the world's constitutions so that users can systematically compare them across a broad set of topics. It also provides instructional material.
Through the Lens of History: Biafra, Nigeria, the West and the World
David Trask, Guilford Technical Community College | Jul 27, 2020This unit analyzes a single event in Nigerian history for the purpose of learning more about colonial and post-colonial Africa, the West and the world.
U.S. History Scene
Rhae Lynn Barnes & Jenni Ostwinkle, U.S. History Scene | Jul 27, 2020U.S. History Scene provides educators with free digital resources, selected by historians, that teachers can incorporate into their curriculum.