2011 NCSS Conference. Michele Mead Steve Hanson Don Heese Phil Carlson Stefanie Wager. WWII Memorial and Other Resources- Steve Hanson. Bicentennial of the War of 1812 www.ourflagwasstillthere.org Naval History & Heritage Command www.history.navy.mil
Need resources on teaching citizenship and civics? Check out this comprehensive unit. http://www.reaganfoundation.org/pdf/Unit%201%20Master%20Pages%2004- 6-2011.pdf
Check out this link for hundreds of media resources on teaching about President Franklin Roosevelt and the early 1900s. www.parelorentzcenter.org
The White House Historical Association provides a lot of educational resources on presidential history. Check out www.whitehousehistory.org.
This is a must-see site. Many of you might be familiar with this site already, but they have recently revamped the site. Digital History contains thousands of ready- to-go primary sources including print, media, political cartoons, lesson plans, etc. Check out www.digitalhistory2.uh.edu.
This site was launched by the National Archives last year. It is great! It allows you to create sets of primary source activities using primary sources from the National Archives. Check out www.docsteach.org.
One of the problems in using primary sources in the classroom is finding and excerpting sources to make them easily accessible for students. This site provides over 75 ready-to-go lesson plans with primary sources already excerpted and in an easy to access format. Check out http://sheg.stanford.edu/?q=node/45