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Sites for Learning About the 50 States

When was Colorado admitted to the Union? What is the state motto of Idaho? Who were earliest inhabitants of Indiana? Any student tasked with...

1954: Puerto Rican Nationalists Launch Assault on U.S. Congress

On March 1, 1954, Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire on the House of Representatives, injuring five congressmen. Nationalists Attack Congress Three members of the Puerto Rico...

Wangari Muta Maathai, Conservationist and Nobel Peace Prize Winner

In 2004, Wangari Muta Maathai became the first African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Maathai is known as the founder of the...

Stop Teaching that “.Govs” Can Be Trusted & “.Coms” Cannot

Sometime in the mid-1990s, someone created a tutorial that said that an important aspect of evaluating a Web site is its top-level domain, such as...

Best Websites for Historic and Contemporary Interviews

The Mike Wallace Interviews was a series of prime-time television interviews conducted between 1957 and 1960. Wallace donated 65 interviews conducted between 1957 and...

Students should use makerspaces to change the world

Makerspaces and 3D printers are all the rage in schools around the world. At the recent ISTE Conference, it seemed that every other session...

Sites for Learning About the 50 States

When was Colorado admitted to the Union? What is the state motto of Idaho? Who were earliest inhabitants of Indiana? Any student tasked with...

Sites for Learning About Countries

The sites below have a cool collection of tools to help you learn about different countries. A lot of students have to research countries,...

2Day in History

1954: Puerto Rican Nationalists Launch Assault on U.S. Congress

On March 1, 1954, Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire on the House of Representatives, injuring five congressmen. Nationalists Attack Congress Three members of the Puerto Rico...

2Day's Biography

Wangari Muta Maathai, Conservationist and Nobel Peace Prize Winner

In 2004, Wangari Muta Maathai became the first African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Maathai is known as the founder of the...

Stop Teaching that “.Govs” Can Be Trusted & “.Coms” Cannot

Sometime in the mid-1990s, someone created a tutorial that said that an important aspect of evaluating a Web site is its top-level domain, such as...

Best Websites for Historic and Contemporary Interviews

The Mike Wallace Interviews was a series of prime-time television interviews conducted between 1957 and 1960. Wallace donated 65 interviews conducted between 1957 and...

Students should use makerspaces to change the world

Makerspaces and 3D printers are all the rage in schools around the world. At the recent ISTE Conference, it seemed that every other session...

2Day's Feature Article

Plymouth, for a small group of Americans, is the source of their ancestry in North America. But for most of us, it is Chapter One of the history of the United States and the origin of Thanksgiving. Learn about the Native American tribe that called Plymouth (originally spelled “Plimoth”)...

2Day In History

2Day's Biography

Web Guides

Research Skills

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NETCETERA

Sites for Learning About the 50 States

When was Colorado admitted to the Union? What is the state motto of Idaho? Who were earliest inhabitants of Indiana? Any student tasked with...

2DAY IN HISTORY

1954: Puerto Rican Nationalists Launch Assault on U.S. Congress

On March 1, 1954, Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire on the House of Representatives, injuring five congressmen. Nationalists Attack Congress Three members of the Puerto Rico...

2DAY'S BIOGRAPHIES

Wangari Muta Maathai, Conservationist and Nobel Peace Prize Winner

In 2004, Wangari Muta Maathai became the first African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Maathai is known as the founder of the...

WEB GUIDES

Best Websites for Historic and Contemporary Interviews

The Mike Wallace Interviews was a series of prime-time television interviews conducted between 1957 and 1960. Wallace donated 65 interviews conducted between 1957 and...

RESEARCH SKILLS

Stop Teaching that “.Govs” Can Be Trusted & “.Coms” Cannot

Sometime in the mid-1990s, someone created a tutorial that said that an important aspect of evaluating a Web site is its top-level domain, such as...

CHANGING THE WORLD

Students should use makerspaces to change the world

Makerspaces and 3D printers are all the rage in schools around the world. At the recent ISTE Conference, it seemed that every other session...