Category | Classroom Resources

A Conversation with Ben Wright and Joseph Locke, Editors of The American Yawp

A High School Teacher's Views on Trauma and Trigger Warnings

Digital Classroom Resources: The History of Religion in the United States

Eight Tips for Flipping Your American History Classroom

From a Scottish Tartan to Two Oily Hands: Students Reveal Historical Narratives in Familiar Artifacts

From Professing to Teaching

Journey through the Past: In the History Classroom with Neil Young

Kill the Professor and Save the Teacher: History Professors and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Part I

Looking Back on a Backward Survey

Not Your Grandfather’s U.S. History Class: Abandoning Chronology and Teaching Thematically

Producing Ethically Engaged Students: Using the Classroom to Teach Social Activism

Teaching Native American History in a Polarized Age

Teaching Teachers to Globalize the U.S. History Survey Course: An Interview with Craig Perrier

The Art of Listening in the Question-Driven U.S. History Course

The Challenges of Learning History: What Students and SOTL Tell Us

The Internationalization of the U.S. History Curriculum

Thoughts on Flipped Teaching and Economically Diverse Student Populations

Trauma and Trigger Warnings in the History Classroom: A Roundtable Discussion

Using Classroom Technology and Digital Resources in the U.S. History Classroom

Using Technology to Encourage Students’ Engagement with History

What We Say Matters: The Power of Words in American and Indigenous Histories

Why the Classroom Is a Sacred Place for Me and Why I’ll Keep Venturing Out into “No-Man’s land”…Even during These Abortion Wars