Smithsonian's History Explorer
Wondering how you can incorporate invention and innovation into your curriculum? Visit our new innovation wing or check out these three online exhibitions: American Enterprise, Places of Invention, and Object Project.
- 2015年 8月 17日
AP History and AP Government, looking for a way to engage your students in the classroom after the exams? Join George Washington's Mount Vernon and others (including us!) for a FREE live-streamed, interactive program featuring renowned speakers, panel discussions, and social media integration on May 20, 2015.
- 2015年 5月 12日
“[Education] is our primary weapon in the war on poverty”– LBJ. Join us on April 28 at 1 pm Eastern for our National Youth Summit webcast discussion on the history and legacy of the War on Poverty, designed for high school students.
- 2015年 3月 31日
We've just launched a new iPad app! With the sudden and curious departure of her last intern, Museum Curator Isabella Wagner needs your help solving a mystery dating back to the Civil War. Could there be ghosts trapped in the basement of the National Museum of American History? Play Ripped Apart: A Civil War Mystery to find out!
- 2015年 2月 24日
For African American History Month and Presidents Day, the theme pages have our top resources for K-12.
- 2015年 2月 9日
- 2014年 11月 7日
Food for thought from a fellow museum--data to support the value of field trips
- 2014年 10月 16日
Starting next week, on October 7, join us for our new online course, Teaching Historical Inquiry with Objects! The course brings the inquiry arc of the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework together with the hands-on teaching methods of the Smithsonian. We hope to see you online!
- 2014年 10月 1日
Need a little inspiration as you gear up for the new year? Join us for our next webinar on heading back to school with the C3 Framework for Social Studies, or find new resources and ideas in our archived webinars and online conferences
- 2014年 7月 28日
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