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a multimedia/multicultural wiki for teachers and students

created by teachers and students







resourcesforhistoryteachers is organized by teachers and students from the History Teacher Education Program in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.



 This site features links to primary source, multicultural, and multimedia resources for teaching history in K-12 schools with individual pages for each learning standards in each of the following:












LINK HERE for free online eBook BUILDING DEMOCRACY FOR ALL: Interactive Explorations of Civics AND Government



LINK HERE for free online eBook Critical Media Literacy and Civic Learning




resourcesforhistoryteachers features Individual Folders for


Women and the Wars: Hidden Histories & Untold Stories from the Homefront to the Battlefield 
























Link to ResourcesforEnglishTeachers





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Telegraph key and sounder, 1876

Telegraph key and sounder, 1876


We appreciate your input so if you have suggestions or critiques of this wiki, email Robert W. Maloy, College of Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst at rwm@educ.umass.edu






Kids Have All the Write Stuff:  Revised and Updated for a Digital Age by Sharon A. Edwards, Robert W. Maloy and Torrey Trust (University of Massachusetts Press, 2019)


 We, The Students and Teachers: Teaching Democratically in the History and Social Studies Classroom by Robert Maloy and Irene LaRoche (State University of New York Press, 2015)


 Wiki Works: Teaching Web Research and Digital Literacy in History and Humanities Classrooms by Robert Maloy and Allison Malinowski (Rowman & Littlefield, 2017)



Animation of a Foucault pendulum (showing the sense of rotation on the southern hemisphere)

Image by Dominique Toussaint 




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UMass Land Acknowledgement


The University of Massachusetts Amherst acknowledges that it was founded and built on the unceded homelands of the Pocumtuc Nation on the land of the Norwottuck community. 


We begin with gratitude for nearby waters and lands, including the Kwinitekw -- the southern portion of what’s now called the Connecticut River. We recognize these lands and waters as important Relations with which we are all interconnected and depend on to sustain life and wellbeing.




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