I always love free sources for high-quality reading material. I also love resources that integrate literacy and content instruction. Newseum looks like a great site for teachers who want to teach reading, history, and civics through close study of primary sources, and Glenn Wiebe has written a great post to orient you to its offerings.
I’ve been on a current events kick lately. A recent newsletter from social studies guru Mike Hasley reminded me of another awesome news resource called Newseum. And apparently I’ve never really posted anything about Newseum here at History Tech.
Not sure how I’ve never gotten around to that. The Newseum is a very cool, actual museum located in Washington DC with a powerful online presence. Their mission is to “champion the five freedoms of the First Amendment through exhibits, public programs and education.” And I know that you’ve got one or two other museum choices in DC but if you’re in the area, the Newseum is a very fun place to spend some time. Last time I visited, they had an awesome exhibit highlighting Pulitzer Prize winner photographs and the stories behind them. Amazing.
But the cool thing is that even if you can’t make it across the country to make an actual…
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