NEWSCOMPARE. Postcards connecting the world - Postcrossing. National History Day. World War I In 2018 and 2019, NHD traveled with teachers to World War I cemeteries and battle sites in Europe.
As part of the program, sponsored by the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission and the Pritzker Military Library & Museum, teachers developed lesson plans relating to World War I and its lasting legacies. Entitled Great War, Flawed Peace, and the Lasting Legacy of World War I, these lesson plans were designed for middle school and high school teachers to help students understand wartime experiences as well as the lasting legacies of the First World War. Developed in partnership with the U.S. World War I Teaching Materials Women in American History Together with HISTORY® we created a resource about Women in American History.
Developed in partnership with HISTORY®. Women in American History Understanding Sacrifice From 2014-2019, NHD led a program called Understanding Sacrifice. Visit ABMCeducation.org NHD Silent Heroes View NHD Silent Heroes Teaching the Civil War in the 21st Century. National History Day. Virtual Tours & Experiences. Breaking Barriers in History. National History Day. 252 Food Shows You Can Watch Right now (No Membership Required) All of these programs are available to watch right now without a membership — but, bear in mind that some won’t stay free-to-watch forever, so catch them now before they’re gone.
If there’s one thing we haven’t stopped doing lately, it’s eating. In fact, if my house is anything like yours, there’s a whole lot more eating going on. So we figured it was a perfect time for a list of food shows. All of these shows are available to watch right now without a membership. Just click the links and press play. Agriculture & Hunting Agriculture’s Mixed Blessings/How Agriculture Differentiated Archi’s Acres: Helping Veterans Grow Amber Waves of Grain Avocado Wars: The Battle Over Water Rights In Chile Of Broccoli and Pelicans and Celery and Seals Cultivating Communities Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-‘amham Farm to Farmer’s Plate Future of Food Harvest How Does it Grow? LA Foodways The Lexicon of Sustainability Marshallberg Farm Not So Fast Oneida Agriculture Out of the Box Quest for Water Seeds of Change Urban Farming.
179 History Documentaries You Can Watch Right Now (No Membership Required) All of these programs are available to watch right now without a membership — but, bear in mind that some won’t stay free-to-watch forever, so catch them now before they’re gone.
Have you decided that it’s high time to take a step back and look at the big picture? Is your teenager sick of your attempts to remember history class in your newly-founded home school? Or are you just desperate to watch a story that doesn’t include a certain word that rhymes with Arizona? Whatever your motivation, we’ve got you covered. Here are 179 history documentaries you can watch right now, no membership required. Africa Firestone and the Warlord Lost Boys of Sudan Ancient After Stonehenge Cleopatra’s Lost Tomb Decoding the Great Pyramid. Seterra Geography Games. Cold War Map Gallery - California Geographic Alliance.
Teaching the Cold War Through Maps and Images - California Geographic Alliance. The CGA is happy to present a set of resources designed to help educators and students engage in inquiries into the effect of the Cold War on perceptions and representations of the world as well as the use of maps and geographic information as rhetorical weapons in the execution of the Cold War.
This information was assembled to support the Midway Summer Teacher Institute. Dr. Tim Barney was a featured speaker at the institute in 2015 and 2016, and a video of his lecture — in which he presents a detailed analysis of one particular map’s purpose, production, and use in various contexts — is available here: “The Rhetorical Lives of Cold War Maps” (will open in new window). Please also access our Cold War Map Gallery here (will open in new window). Click here to download the content below as a printable pdf. An Intro to Cold War Maps and ImagesVisualizing Global Geopolitics Presented by The California Geographic Alliance and The San Diego State University Geography Department Accessed at: County Population Totals and Components of Change: 2010-2018. Report Builder. Report Builder. Big History Project.