Educator Resources

Social Studies Curriculum Links

The African-American Mosaic  

African Studies Association 

American Folklore    

American Institute for History

The American Social History Project
Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian American

Bibliography on North American Indians - Smithsonian Institution

Big Apple History

Bill of Rights Institute

The Brooklyn Historical Society

The Children's Museum of Manhattan

The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education

Congress in the Classroom

Document Based Questions

Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility

El Museo del Barrio

Evaluating Eyewitness Reports

Facing History and Ourselves

Flushing Remonstrance Curriculum
Foreign Policy Association's Great Decisions Program

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

The Gotham Center

Historic Waterways Adventure Online Curriculum

The History Channel

History Matters: Making sense of primary sources

The History Net

The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation

Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators: Primary Sources

Latino Museums and Museums with Latino Collections

Looking at student work

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum of the City of New York

National Center for History in Schools

National Museum of the American Indian Haudenosaunee Guideda

NCSS Notable Tradebooks Booklist: An annotated bibliography

NCSS- Resources

New-York Historical Society

New York History Net

New York State Assembly - Teacher Page

Primary Source Materials & Document Based Questions

Project Explorer

Smithsonian Institute

Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance

Teachers Domain


Teaching with Documents

The Tenement Museum

WNET Ed Online