Help your students understand the presidential election process by focusing on the 2012 race.
Teachervision.com has resources about voting, elections, and the current candidates to help you structure your classroom discussion, lesson plans, and homework assignments.
Candidate Biographies – Encourage your students to learn more about the 2012 Democratic and Republican presidential candidates with these short [...]
Every weather website will help you figure out if it’s raining outside right now and how hot it is. WeatherSpark.com gives you that information but also has historical weather data and averages dating back to the late 1940s, laid out in charts, graphs, and averages. WeatherSpark is a website dedicated to making in-depth weather information [...]
What do you know about the Gettysburg Address? Abraham Lincoln? Ulysses S. Grant? From 1861 to 1865, the War of the States created a significant amount of historical content in which we now share with students starting the day they attend school.
Learn360 and their longstanding content partner A&E Television Networks, bring you all the resources [...]
The popular and FREE gallery360 – ALEX’s podcast treasury is NOW available on iTunes U for teachers and students.
The Gallery 360 podcast collection includes video and audio podcasts produced by teachers and students from across the state. For example, Fairhope High students teach about Newton’s 2nd Law, Types of Friction, and Forces. Their Tune in [...]
As part of the Elementary Social Studies STM meeting, several web-based geography resources were presented:
President Bush’s Life & Ancestry Map [or Clinton's Life - SFW]
Create a Treasure Map [sample]
Google Maps Mania - More Gmaps mashups.
Find a Landmark Game
National Geographic Xpeditions
NASA Worldwind [download required]
Always thoroughly review sites before using them with your students.
Do you have other resources you [...]