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Using Primary Sources

created Jun 02, 2015 11:15 PM
Originally posted on  January 15, 2011  by Shennan Hutton Primary sources are the lifeblood of history. Historians today rarely speak of history as a set of facts, but rather as a set of ...

Blueprint for History Education

created Jun 02, 2015 11:13 PM
Originally posted on  January 5, 2011  by Shennan Hutton The History Blueprint Welcome to a new blog about history education! This blog will be the chronicle of a project called ...

#IamCHSSP: Raymond Lopez

created May 26, 2015 09:54 AM
#IamCHSSP: Raymond Lopez In this interview, teacher leader Raymond Lopez shares what he appreciates most about the project. Help us thank teacher leaders like Ray for their work at our 25th ...

California's Watersheds

created May 19, 2015 03:06 PM
by Shelley Brooks Why is it so important for Californians that the Sierra Nevada Mountains have snow on them?  Students may have witnessed first hand – or certainly through the media – the bleak ...

#IamCHSSP: Chrislaine Pamphile Miller

created May 15, 2015 10:31 AM
Teacher facilitator Chrislaine Pamphile Miller is the focus of this post. She describes her connection with the California History-Social Science Project, how she first became involved and a ...
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