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Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.
The revised National History Standards have served as a template for the more than 30 states that have developed state standards for history as well as serving as lesson guides for such diverse projects as lessons accompanying National Park Service Web sites, the Military District of Washington's "Spirit of America" curriculum, Oregon Public Broadcasting's upcoming Web-based series "Turning Points in US History," the Theolonious Monk Jazz Institute history/jazz curriculum, lesson plans to accompany the Eisenhower archives, and many others.
Social studies educators teach students the content knowledge, intellectual skills, and civic values necessary for fulfilling the duties of citizenship in a participatory democracy. The mission of National Council for the Social Studies is to provide leadership, service, and support for all social studies educators.
The Kid's page educates children K-12 about the New York State Assembly using: coloring books, fun facts, and examples of famous assembly memebers.
The Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies provides leadership in education at the Smithsonian and produces a variety of programs, services, and resources for the education and museum communities. The Center studies education at the Institution and builds consensus on standards for strengthening its educational programs, publications, and websites.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) provides a social studies site that provides lesson plans, relevent academic links, digital broadcast and multimedia products.
The Best of the Humanities on the Web from the National Endowment for the Humanities in partnership with the National Trust for the Humanities, and the Verizon Foundation's Thinkfinity.org. This educational partnership brings online humanities resources from some of the world's great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities directly to your classroom.
Home to the U.S. National Geography Standards—and to thousands of ideas, tools, and interactive adventures that bring them to life.
Leadership in American History is organized so that teachers and schools may participate in different layers depending on their needs, interests and time. Layers include: Teacher Leadership Program, History Lecture Series, American History Book Club, American History Film Club.