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California Standards: History-Social Science

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State Resources

Instructional Resources

California History-Social Science Project
(CHSSP) is a statewide network of scholars and K-12 teachers, headquartered in the Department of History at the University of California, Davis.

Cesar Chavez Model Lessons

History BlueprintHistory Blueprint
(CHSSP) initiative is designed to address the marginalization of the discipline by providing teachers and administrators Standards-aligned resources to develop student critical thinking, literacy skills, and historical content knowledge.

Stanford History Education Group
Reading Like A Historian U.S. History Lesson.

Beyond the Bubble
A new generation of history assessments. Assessing 21st century skills with Library of Congress documents.

Digital Chalkboard
Where California Educators Collaborate. MyDigital Chalkboard is an interactive online environment that offers both easily searchable teaching resources and an online community of teaching professionals. Unit 1: History Social Studies and CA Content Standards for ELA/Literacy 6-12.

Calisphere
A World of Primary Resources and Themed Collections that support California Content Standards and California Cultures. Both print and digital image library. Calisphere is a service of the UC Libraries, powered by the California Digital Library.

National Resources

Teaching History.org
(National History Education Clearing House) Teaching materials, history content, and best practices.

National Archives
Docs Teach The National Archives Teacher Resources and DOCS TEACH allow you to find and create interactive learning activities with primary source documents that promote historical thinking skills.

Teaching with Primary Sources Program
Library of Congress

 

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