The following websites have been approved for use in the classroom by EDSITEment. Browse websites by subject area.
The Civil War in Art: Teaching and Learning through Chicago Collections from the Terra Foundation for American Art is designed for teachers and students to learn about the Civil War and connect to the issues, events, and people of the era through works of art. Included is an image gallery, classroom projects, a glossary, and more...
iCivics prepares young Americans to become knowledgeable, engaged 21st-century citizens by offering free and innovative educational materials in a game format with rich teaching materials and a comprehensive, standards-aligned civics curriculum.
NEH affiliate New Mexico Humanities Council's online Atlas of Historic New Mexico maps contains twenty historic maps of New Mexico, annotated with descriptions by the map makers and others people living, working, and exploring in New Mexico at that time.
This exhibition produced by The Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA and available at the National Museum of African Art online archive explores the visual cultures and histories of Mami Wata, the world of water deities and their powers. It demonstrates how art both reflects and actively contributes to beliefs and religious practices revealing the potency of images to shape the lives of people, communities, and societies.
The Supreme Court is a four-part series examining the nation's highest court, from its earliest days until Bush v. Gore. The site features a series of lesson plans, learning games, interviews, and more.
Note: the orginal website is now defunct. The version linked here accessible via the Way Back Machine is incomplete but still gives valuable information from the original site.
The Stalin Project is a multi-media, interactive resource about Stalin and the Soviet people. This site includes text written by the top scholars in the field, a database of over 500 images, primary source documents, videos, lesson plans, and other interactive material.