Building Successful Collaborations to Enhance History Teaching in Secondary Schools
Kathleen Anderson Steeves analyzes issues and trends in secondary school history education. She proposes innovative
partnerships with colleges, computer scientists, and others to refocus and enhance the teaching of history.
The Educators' Reference Desk: Multicultural education
Lesson plans, websites, and other resources for multicultural education.
Immigrant and Ethnic History in the United States Survey - Diane C, Vecchio
In The History Teacher vol. 37, no. 4 (August 2004), Vecchio recommends new approaches to teaching immigrant and ethnic
history in the aftermath of September 11.
Immigration, American Expansion. Library of Congress. American Memory.
Links to fourteen collections in the American Memory Project that deal with immigration and American expansion.
New Jersey Research Guides
A collection of research guides to various New Jersey history topics. Some items are flagged "Rutgers Restricted." These are accessible onsite only at any of the Rutgers University Libraries.
Resources from the 2005 NJDH Summer Educator’s Workshop
Resources from the 2005 Summer Educators' Seminar held by the New Jersey Digital Highway Project at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, from Tuesday, July 5 through noon on Saturday, July 9, 2005.
Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course
A web project of the American Historical Association to help teachers use digitized resources in survey courses for world
history and the history of the Americas. The website is intended for undergraduate education but is also useful for middle and secondary education.
NJ Historical Commission, Materials for Teachers, Topical Guide for Teaching NJ History
"This guide is an online resource with active web-page links to materials for teaching New Jersey History. It is organized by grade cluster (K-4, 5-8, and 9-12) and by topics within each grade cluster."