This site is a resource for learning about the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, its causes, and its far-reaching consequences. Continue reading
Welcome to the Nature of Cities. This international platform wants to bring people together from all over the world in order to think, design, and create better, sustainable cities around the globe.
When you arrive at the site I recommend checking out their About page where you can learn more about their project. It gives you details on how it works as an Idea Hive, who founded it… Continue reading
A new museum that seeks to understand American history through the lens of the African American experience. Continue reading
Welcome to Mathigon! This site offers free, math education that uses an interactive textbook, videos, games, and more!
When you arrive at the site you can scroll down the page to learn a little bit about Mathigon, and even check out the course library.
The course library is divided by grade level. It offers you grades 6-9, 10-12, College, and there’s also a Recreational section. Each grade level… Continue reading
Welcome to History Unfolded! This site is dedicated to having users look for newspaper articles that cover events from 1933-1945 in order to uncover what ordinary people around America would have know about the Holocaust from reading their local newspaper.
When you arrive at the site, you’ll find the instructions clearly marked in the middle of the page. There are three steps: Choose an Event, Research, and Submit. If… Continue reading