March 26, 2017

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Primary Source Review: Mar. 17-23, 2017

Find all the fabulous primary sources and teaching ideas shared March 17-23, 2017 by @PSNTPS from the TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus, the Library of Congress, the World Digital Library, teachers and students in the classroom and more! If you want immediate access to all of these amazing resources, simply follow @PSNTPS on Twitter. [View the story “TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus News” on […]

Primary Source Spotlight: Esther Bubley

Esther Bubley images +2,000 Esther Bubley biographical information & collection guide Women Come to the Front: Esther Bubley background information & select images Ladies Behind the Lens Library of Congress Blog November 29, 2016 Women Photojournalists Picture This January 8, 2016 Documenting America, 1935-1943: The Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Photo Collection streaming webcast Esther Bubley Photography Archive  

Teaching Now: Zooming In on the Benefits of Primary Source Analysis Using Google Forms

This is a guest post from Alissa Oginsky, a museum educator and 6th-grade history teacher at Holmes Middle School in Alexandria, Virginia. Teachers are always on the hunt for new and exciting ways for students to exercise their critical and creative thinking skills. The journey, in fact, never seems to stop! Like many history teachers […]

Primary Source Review: Mar. 10-16, 2017

Find all the fabulous primary sources and teaching ideas shared March 10-16, 2017 by @PSNTPS from the TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus, the Library of Congress, the World Digital Library, teachers and students in the classroom and more! If you want immediate access to all of these amazing resources, simply follow @PSNTPS on Twitter. [View the story “TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus News” on […]

Integrating Tech: Zoom-in to Primary Source Analysis

This is a guest post from Patti Winch, the Middle School Social Studies Specialist for Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Virginia. I first learned about Zoom-ins about 10 years ago when taking a class with Northern Virginia’s Teaching with Primary Sources program or TPSNVA.  Zoom-ins were originally developed by a FCPS teacher and subsequently shared […]

Collection Spotlight: Sonia Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor received a B.A. from Princeton University and a J.D. from Yale Law School where she served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal. She served as Assistant District Attorney in New York County, then litigated international commercial matters in New York City at Pavia & Harcourt. President George H.W. Bush nominated her to […]

Primary Source Review: Mar. 3-9, 2017

Find all the fabulous primary sources and teaching ideas shared March 3-9, 2017 by @PSNTPS from the TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus, the Library of Congress, the World Digital Library, teachers and students in the classroom and more! If you want immediate access to all of these amazing resources, simply follow @PSNTPS on Twitter. [View the story “TPS-Barat Primary Source Nexus News” on […]

Featured Source: Women’s Rights National Historical Park

Zoom into left half of this map (.pdf or online) to answer the following questions about the Women’s Rights National Historical Park. Where is it and how would you get there from where you live? Why did the National Park Service choose this location? What would you do if you visited the park? Read the timeline half […]

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