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* [https://teachinghistory.org/ National History Education Clearinghouse]
TeachingHistory.org resource created by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It has a mixture of resources for teachers including teaching guides, lesson plan reviews, website reviews, history quizzes, guides to best practices, and history content. Teachinghistory.org has a ton content, but you will need to do a deep dive into the site to find what you are looking for. Probably the most useful aspect of the Teachinghistory.org is its [https://teachinghistory.org/history-content/website-reviews Website Reviews] of various historical sites.
* [http://voicesofdemocracy.umd.edu/ Voices of Democracy -- The U.S. Oratory Project]
* [https://www.zinnedproject.org/ Zinn Education Project]
The Zinn Education Project is inspired by Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States which emphasized the role of working people, women, people of color and the organized social movements that helped shape history. Zinn project is much less focused on politics that can take a central role in the history courses. The Zinn Education Project has a [https://www.zinnedproject.org/materials Teaching Materials] portal that helps teachers find resources based on time periods, themes, resource type, or grade level. It also has a keyword search function if you know what you are looking for. You can search for different types of resources including teaching activities, articles, profiles, posters, audio clips, websites and many others. Here is an example of a Teaching Activity entitled [https://www.zinnedproject.org/materials/cointelpro-teaching-fbis-war-black-freedom-movement/ COINTELPRO: Teaching the FBI's war on the Black Freedom Movement].
* [https://www.oah.org/programs/teaching-tools/ Organization of American Historians Teaching Resources]
The American Historical Association (AHA), the largest history organization in the United States, has a much rich assortment of material for teachers and instructors. Like the OAH, the AHA is member organization and has some excellent resources on their website. They offer a mixture of classroom materials, discussions of teaching, plagiarism and a Teaching and Learning History community portal. Like the OAH, some materials will require a membership. Membership for K-12 teachers costs $59 a year.
[http://besthistorysites.net/ Best History Websites] The Best History Sites from EdTechteacher is probably the most comprehensive listing of websites for teachers in different history fields. Despite being comprehensive, it is difficult to recommend the sites because it does not appear to updated regularly. If you start going through the site you probably find a ton of dead or misdirected links. The dead-links become
far more common when you get away from the large institutioanl websites.
*[https://oyc.yale.edu/ Open Yale Courses History Courses]