Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Lily Jones writes about engaging students when teaching ancient history and art in her article on "Teaching Channel." She explores the teaching methods and styles used to teach children about events that can seem irrelivent to them. She gives great advice and provides resources that you can use when teaching about art and history. To read her...

Powerful Social Studies instruction not only readies students for college and careers in an increasingly competitive world but prepares our students to be active and engaged citizens in a local and global context. This Field Guide is the first in a set of documents designed to help educators update local curricula following the adoption of the...

The Native American Heritage Month website provides educators with links to valuable resources for classroom teaching about this important historical topic. Lesson plans, student activities, collection guides and research aids are compiled from the Library of Congress, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Archives, the...

The Staten Island Museum offers many educational programs for students and teachers both at the museum and in the comfort of your classroom. All of their programs meet the NYC Scope and Sequence, NY State, and Common Core ELA and Math standards. The museum seeks to support classroom teaching with their content and provides a variety of pre- and...

Patricia Shehan Campbell, Ph.D., Rita Klinger Ph.D., Christopher Roberts Ph.D., and Karen Howard, teachers with extensive experience in music education and pedagogy, created a variety of lessons using the resources of the Lomax Archive...

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