Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Social Studies Intermediate Open Educational Resources

This resource contains reproducible copies of primary documents from the holdings of the National Archives of the United States, teaching activities correlated to the National History...

Each American Treasures boxes and Resource CDs is based on a specific topic from American history. The American Treasures boxes consist of a Resource CD, printed documents and images from the Library of Congress and ideas on how they can be incorporated into the classroom. In...

The Library of Congress Presents American Memory, a set of online collections featuring content surrounding subjects such as Women's, African Americans', and Native Americans' History, Performing Arts, Government, Immigration, War, Religion, Presidents, the Environment, and more. These collections feature historical artifacts such as books,...

The History Center’s Education Department is committed to making history “real” and meaningful by underscoring how past events shape present realities. While the focus of their programs is the history of Tompkins County, they strive to tie local developments to the nation’s history. The center offers New York State curriculum-based programs...

The Huguenot Historial Society offers a variety of educational programs, each tailored to specific grade levels from K-12. The programs include tours of historic Huguenot homes, 18th century art and literature exploration, and even French language learning. Programs also provide teachers with lesson plans and resources to continue students'...

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