Blogs tagged "Eleanor Roosevelt"

Five Essential Resources for Teaching Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt and United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
“One of the things people don’t understand about Eleanor Roosevelt, because she seemed so ladylike, and she has that aristocratic voice and that manner: she was tough as nails. In fact she was one of the best politicians of the 20th century.” — Geoffrey Ward, Eleanor RooseveltEleanor Roosevelt was a key figure in some of the most important social reform movements of the twentieth century, including the progressive movement, the New Deal, the women's movement, the struggle for racial justice, and the founding of the United Nations.Read More »
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Using National Endowment for the Humanities Resources for National History Day 2015

On September 29, I was excited to participate in one of the first National History Day webinars of the new school year: an example of NEH’s and EDSITEment’s partnership with National History Day.Read More »
Categories Closer Readings