How can mathematical reasoning be used to offer a fresh historical analysis on a topic? Explore charts from the Statistical Atlas from 1890 for some suggestions.
For the final session of our foundations in teaching with primary sources series we’ll explore ways to use primary sources to help students gain information literacy skills.
How can primary sources help students explore the multiple perspectives of an event? This webinar will provide teaching ideas to support your students.
Not sure how to look for primary sources on the Library of Congress website? The next foundations in teaching with primary sources will provide you with some answers.
How do you analyze primary sources that are rich and complex in detail? The next in our series of foundations in teaching with primary sources provides some ideas.
Join Teachers Page staff for Analyzing Primary Sources, the first in our series of foundations in teaching with primary sources workshops.
Join Teaching LC for a series of webinars covering the foundational skills of using primary sources with your students.
Learn about how balloons were used during the U.S. Civil War.
Use Chronicling America to explore how people covered the arrival of cicadas in the past.
Help students explore the role of gardens and gardening in history.