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resourcesforhistoryteachersa multimedia/multicultural wiki for teachers and studentscreated by teachers and students
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resourcesforhistoryteachers is organized by teachers and students from the History and Political Science Teacher Education Program in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Screen Shot 2017-02-21 at 10.27.35 AM.pngThis site features links to primary source, multicultural, and multimedia resources for teaching history in K-12 schools with individual pages for each of the learning standards in the:
  1. Massachusetts History & Social Science K-12 Curriculum Framework
  2. AP World History Key Concepts
  3. AP United States History Themes
  4. AP Government & Politics standards
  5. AP Art History standards

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Go to Web Resources for links to curriculum frameworks, primary sources, timelines, lesson plans, women's history, geography, simulations and serious games for learning, the Presidency and the courts, LGBT history and many more history/social studies teaching and learning resources.

Telegraph key and sounder, 1876
Telegraph key and sounder, 1876

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We appreciate your input so if you have suggestions or critiques of this wiki, email Robert W. Maloy, College of Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst at

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