I have earlier noted that it LOOKS LIKE ICIVICS WANTS TO BE THE ONE-STOP SHOP FOR SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS.
And that continues to be the case.
Today, they unveiled their Exploring Primary Sources website.
Here’s how they describe it:
Primary sources get students closer to historical events and offer varying perspectives that spark inquiry, discussion and deeper learning. The iCivics Exploring Primary Sources website, supported by a grant from the Library of Congress, is an exciting new resource for K–12 educators and their students.
• Discover innovative, free products from iCivics and our partners that offer interactive, engaging learning experiences with primary sources
• Build your knowledge, skills and confidence to teach with primary sources with our collection of professional development videos
• Simplify lesson planning with this curated collection of high-quality primary source tools
I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Using Primary Sources.