MCOE Portal – Learning Beyond the Classroom
Science / STEM
Virtual Field Trips
Learn the structure of the U.S. Government
A resource for K-12 teachers and students of American history
National Museum of American History
Thousands of individual pages covering all aspects of U.S. History
Comprehension and deep history of the Egyptians
Link to Google Art and Culture's Historical Events
Link to Google Arts and Culture's Historical Figures
A dynamic, database-driven website that harnesses technology to enhance the learning of U.S. history
Quiz of the American Revolution
Colonies' perspectives of the American Revolution
Covers many important milestone of Early American History
Designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government
Link to the Educational Technology Center
Everything you could ever know about the Civil War
Designed for social studies teachers who want to bring primary sources into their classroom.
Become an history investigator by solving clues
Congress for Kids will extend your learning in the basics about the American federal government
A site with articles, subjects, and tons of links for all subjects of social studies
Explore U.S. history using primary sources from the Library of Congress
Purrrfecting the History Classroom
HistoryWorld’s aim is to make world history more easily accessible through interactive narratives and timelines
Animated Maps of Military History.
Don’t just learn civics, play civics
Offers materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources.
Nation's record keeper of all documents and materials created by the U.S. Government
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