During a crisis, people come together, and the NHCSS is no exception. Over the next three weeks teachers at all levels will be scrambling to create lessons for students to complete at home. Why work alone? Let's use our network for the benefit of our members and their pupils." --NHCSS President, March 2020
Resources from NH Teachers
Ruby Hill from Kearsarge Regional High School shared this webquest for her US History Class.
Kelsie Eckert from Moultonborough Academy shared her website which has many assignments for Psychology and US History digitized and posted. Eckert has not taught Economics and Government for many years, but everything she has for those subjects is available. AP World History will be available soon. Lessons compiled with introductions from Eckert include those found for free from Choices, Stanford History Education Group, videos available on YouTube, and more.
Resources from Companies
From The Film Foundation: The Film Foundation wants to ensure you are aware of our free online curriculum program called The Story of Movies. We have core units with lessons plans for in-depth study of three classic American films.
Additionally, the first three modules of Portraits of America: Democracy on Film curriculum is available online.
Teachers can register at no cost and may begin at once to download lesson plans, screening activities, graphic organizers, PowerPoint Presentations, and assessment tools.
From Choices: We know many schools are moving to online learning due to COVID-19. If you're considering purchasing a Digital Editions license for next year and buy now, we will activate your license immediately at no additional charge. This will provide you with three additional months of Digital Editions access.