How to move beyond cookie-cutter history lessons

How to move beyond cookie-cutter history lessons

How to move beyond cookie-cutter history lessons
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Teachers can make history lessons relevant to elementary- and middle-school students by using primary sources, online resources and encouraging students to think about the various perspectives of those involved in historic events writes elementary-school teacher Margaret Shafer. History lessons also can be integrated into reading assignments and creative projects to enhance learning, Shafer notes.

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