May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. We have free history lessons and assessments to teach Asian and Pacific Islander history this month and year-round.
Teaching history at home? You can use our Reading Like a Historian lessons to help students learn to critically evaluate historical images.
Tips for how to teach our Opening Up the Textbook (OUT) lessons to distance learners.
Check out our intro materials to help you get started with the Reading Like a Historian curriculum.
Get an idea for how you can use our free history assessments to teach students various historical thinking skills!
Looking for history materials for distance learning? Explore our Reading Like a Historian curriculum for over 150 free document-based lessons!
The New York Times featured our COR curriculum.
New Year, New History Materials! Explore all of our new history lessons and assessments.
"Our students are driving on the information highway without so much as a driver's license." Watch Sam Wineburg on MSNBC.
Our Civic Online Reasoning curriculum is now available!
Our latest research is featured by The Washington Post.
"Students Fall for Misinformation Online. Is Teaching Them to Read Like Fact Checkers the Answer?" Read about SHEG's research in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
In his latest article, featured in Pacific Standard, Sam Wineburg discusses how to teach students a better kind of media literacy.
In his latest op-ed, Sam Wineburg writes that "bringing education into the 21st century demands that we rethink how we teach every subject in the curriculum."
California passes new law that aims to promote the teaching and learning of media literacy in public schools.