Online Teaching Guides

  • History Assessments — Stanford History Education Group

    Stanford History Education Group | Jul 28, 2021

    The resource s history lessons, assessments, and curricula focus on how young people evaluate online content and help students develop the...
  • Teaching Digital Harlem

    Shane White, Stephen Robertson, Stephen Garton, and Graham White | Jul 27, 2021

    The resource focuses on the lives of ordinary African New Yorkers.
  • Teaching Tolerance

    Southern Poverty Law Center | Jul 21, 2021

    The resource provides free resources to K–12 educators, including teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners.
  • BlackPast

    BlackPast | Jul 20, 2021

    The resource is an online reference center makes available a wealth of materials on African American history in one central location on the Internet.

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  • Library of Congress: World War I

    Library of Congress | Jul 20, 2021

    The resource offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library’s vast digital collections in their teaching.
  • Racial Slavery in the Americas: Resistance, Freedom, and Legacies

    The Choices Program, Brown University | Jul 14, 2021

    The resource provides the opportunity for students to consider how the past shapes the present on these fundamental issues.
  • Cornell University Center for Teaching Innovation

    Cornell University | Jul 6, 2021

    The resource prioritizes five synergistic, interdependent domains: innovation, diversity, evidence-based teaching, assessment and evaluation, and technology.
  • Share My Lesson

    American Federation of Teachers | Jun 7, 2021

    The resource includes hundreds of teacher resources, including social studies lesson plans and collections for middle and high school classes.
  • National Archives

    National Archives | May 21, 2021

    The resource provides a dynamic variety of resources on teaching history and government at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
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