Social Studies Resources
Channel (http://www.historychannel.com/classroom/index.html) provides
television programs that middle school, junior high and high school teachers
can videotape and keep for up to a year -- along with support materials
to help with lesson plans and class activities.
- National Council for the
Social Studies (http://www.ncss.org) helps you find resources for social
studies education including news, professional development opportunities,
information on meetings and seminars, and links to local and regional social
- Thomas: legislative information
on the Internet (http://thomas.loc.gov) provides access to such items
as Bill Text, Congressional Record Text, Bill Summary & Status, Hot
Bills (called "Congress This Week" and "Major Legislation"), the Congressional
Record Index, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and the Declaration
of Independence, as well as explanatory texts of the legislative process.
- The White House
(http://www.whitehouse.gov/) site gives general information, plus history,
a virtual library, information on the president, and a kids link.
- Contact the Subject Librarian for Education - firstname.lastname@example.org
- College of Education Web site
- Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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Last Updated: October 13, 2009