September 26, 2017

Finding Resources: TPS Journal

TPS Journal

Dig deep into a variety of teaching with primary sources topics. The TPS Journal, formerly titled the TPS Quarterly, is an online, peer-reviewed publication focused on pedagogical approaches to teaching with Library of Congress digitized primary sources in K-12 classrooms. Each issue provides sections related to the issue’s thematic focus: a feature article, an elementary primary source activity, a secondary primary source activity, a teacher spotlight highlighting primary source learning in the classroom, and links to additional online resources—articles, research reports, Web sites, and white papers. Add the TPS Journal/Quarterly archive to your summer reading list to help inspire teacher instruction and student engagement in the coming school year. Below we have provided links to the full archive to date.

Common Core State Standards
Accessibility
The Civil War Across Disciplines
Critical Thinking
Differentiated Instruction
Elementary Learners
English Language Learners
Fine & Performing Arts
Inquiry Learning
Historical Thinking
Assessing Historical Thinking
Literacy Integration
Primary Source Formats
Project-Based Learning
Science
Technology Integration

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