A portal created for students, history educators, and general history enthusiasts. Sites are rated for usefulness and accuracy, that will help studies or teachers in a wide variety of topics and periods in 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.
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.
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.
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.
In-depth information and resources on historical dates and events, American documents, breaking news, political news, and other historical data.
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.
Recommended American history curriculum for kindergarten through college.
Y-Vote Mock Elections provide a chance for the younger generation to have their say in politics for the UK and Europe.
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.