Websites

The following websites have been approved for use in the classroom by EDSITEment. Browse websites by subject area.

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Art & Culture
<a href="/websites/race-are-we-so-different">Race—Are We So Different?</a>

Race—Are We So Different?

A traveling exhibit and website project of the American Anthropological Association, this site uses history, science, and lived experience to explain differences among people and reveal the reality—and unreality—of race. Discover a virtual exhibit tour, resources for middle and high school teachers, STEM resources, and a robust American history section with interactive timeline.

History & Social Studies
<a href="/websites/seventeen-moments-soviet-history">Seventeen Moments in Soviet History</a>

Seventeen Moments in Soviet History

Seventeen Moments in Soviet History contains a rich archive of texts, images, maps and audio and video materials from the Soviet era (1917–1991). The materials are arranged by year and by subject, are fully searchable, and are translated into English. Students, educators, and scholars will find materials about Soviet propaganda, politics, economics, society, crime, literature, art, dissidents and hundreds of other topics.

History & Social Studies
<a href="/websites/scientific-revolution-science-society-renaissance-early-enlightenment">The Scientific Revolution: Science &amp; Society from the Renaissance to the Early Enlightenment</a>

The Scientific Revolution: Science & Society from the Renaissance to the Early Enlightenment

Hosted by the History Teaching Institute at Ohio State University, this page has a variety of lesson plans that educate students on how the development of science in Europe related to ongoing revolutions in politics, religion, and society. These lessons are rich in primary source readings from figures like Sir Isaac Newton, Galileo, and Johannes Kepler.

Art & Culture
<a href="/websites/picturing-early-america-people-places-and-events-1770-1870">Picturing Early America: People, Places, and Events 1770–1870</a>

Picturing Early America: People, Places, and Events 1770–1870

A resource developed from NEH Summer Institutes held at Salem State University that explore early American art and culture. The website assists teachers of American history, literature, art, geography, social studies, American studies, and other fields who wish to incorporate American art into their classrooms. It includes podcasts, unit plans, and print and electronic bibliographies.

Art & Culture
<a href="/websites/literatures-religions-and-arts-himalayan-regions">Literatures, Religions, and Arts of the Himalayan Regions</a>

Literatures, Religions, and Arts of the Himalayan Regions

The products of this NEH-funded Summer Institute for School Teachers offers a wealth of curricular plans and interactive ideas for the classroom. Topics cover a variety of disciplines: history, geography,  literature, religion, art, and environmental studies for every grade level.

Literature & Language Arts
<a href="/websites/shakespeare-uncovered">&quot;Shakespeare Uncovered&quot;</a>

"Shakespeare Uncovered"

WNET’s Shakespeare Uncovered series tells the story behind the stories of Shakespeare’s greatest plays. Six episodes combine history, biography, performance and analysis and personal passion of each host as they conduct interviews with actors, scholars and directors from key locations and include video of performances.