Archive for 'Online Tools'
Our partner National History Day invites students and people of all ages to vote for the best leaders in world history.
Posted by Stephanie on January 20, 2015, under National History Day, Online Tools, Partner Organizations, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
Congress Creates the Bill of Rights, our new mobile app for iPads, allows students to explore the proposals, debates, and revisions that shaped the Bill of Rights.
Posted by Natalie on January 13, 2015, under Online Tools, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
We offer distance learning programs, a Constitution-based learning lab, our new Bill of Rights eBook and iPad app, and many other online and in-person resources.
Posted by Chelsea on January 6, 2015, under Exhibits, National History Day, Online Tools, Professional Development, Programs, Student Visits.
Teachers used Historypin in a recent workshop to learn about the CCC and its lasting impact in their community.
Posted by Stephanie on December 16, 2014, under Online Tools, Partner Organizations, Professional Development.
Over thirty National Archives documents are part of a free educational app for the iPad called the New Immigrants: NYC 1880-1924. Created by the New York City Department of Education (via app developer Vanguard Direct), the app includes photographs, written documents, graphs and charts from the National Archives related to the topic of New York City […]
Posted by Christopher Zarr on December 9, 2014, under Online Tools, Partner Organizations, Teaching Activities & Lesson Plans.
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