Expanding Visions/Bridging Traditions
Explore how award-winning picture books can be paired with primary sources to create exemplary resources for the classroom while supporting engaging literacy activities at multiple levels.
See how NAfME engaged music practitioners in designing and implementing instructional units that align to the National Music Standards' Responding Process as a part of their Teaching with Primary Sources activities.
Increase student engagement by pairing primary sources from local museums and libraries with materials from the Library of Congress
The Making Gay History podcasts bring the voices of LGBTQ activists to life. Resources from the Library of Congress frame the voices in history and provide context for classroom inquiry.
Learn how BookBag is being used with secondary and university-age students, and the general public.
Every day, nearly two million military-connected children enter classrooms, bringing an unique set of life experiences. Learn about military-connected children and teaching strategies using primary sources that benefit all students--especially military kids.
Beyond Words 2.0 used dynamic delivery approaches and innovative curriculum materials to help in-service geography teachers design instruction to help students think critically about historical photographs from The Library of Congress.
At the elementary level, social studies naturally lends itself to hands-on, dynamic learning and pedagogically sound approaches. Discover how History Club is opening students to learning and making social studies content personally relevant.
Got skills? Ready for the AP redesign? Strategies and classroom-ready materials using resources form the Library of Congress and World Digital Library incorporate the Inquiry Design Model to help students prepare for the test while gaining skills in argumentation, causation, sourcing of documents, and using evidence.
Explore the American civil rights movement through the experiences of women. Gain a deeper understanding through the Library of Congress images, analysis tools, and narratives to energize and engage students.