На данном информационно - образовательном портале исторического факультета Кембриджского университета представлены большие коллекции исторических источников, исторических документов, исторических данных. Faculty of History обладает обширной библиотекой, с множеством уникальных коллекций.
Reviews in History was launched in 1996, and publishes reviews and reappraisals of significant work in all fields of historical interest.
Historycentral is History's Home on the web. The core of the site is our timeline of world history. Culled from one of MultiEducator's 21 history CD's this time line covers the major events in world history from the dawn of civilization to 2012. Links to other sites on the web as well as other resources on the site are presented in the right margin of the pages.
The second major section of our site is the part devoted to Americas Wars. That section includes the history of every major war in America's history from the Revolutionary War to Iraqi Freedom. These sections include photos and description of the each major event.
The site also features a major section on the elections. This part includes the history of each and every election. The history includes both popular and electoral votes in each election, turnout, as well as a map of the states carried by each competing candidate. The section also includes updates on Election 2012.
Another part of the site is called NationbyNation.com this section includes pages on the economy, population, history, and geography of all the nations of the world. In addition there are updated links and news feeds from the various nations.
The site includes over 2500 primary source documents in American history. From a first hand account of the discovery of the New World by Columbus to address by President Bush, the site provides an excellent insight into American History as seen in original documents.
The biography section of the site includes biographies of the 500 most important people of the 20th century. We are taking nominations for additions to the list. The section also includes biographies of the Presidents and First Ladies of the United States as well as Civil War and Revolutionary War Generals. In addtion there are sections on American of both tne New Nation and Antebellum history of thte US
A major section of the site is our sub-site NavyHistory.com. This site includes the history of every US Attack Carrier, Battleship, Destroyer and Cruiser. We are currently adding other sections. It is our hope to eventually have every US naval ship represented on this site. A key part of the site is the memory section where we are asking those to serve to send us their memories of various events so we can preserve them. It also has a section on This Month in Naval History.
A further section of the site includes the History of Aviation. This section now has information and photos of American Aircraft of World War II. The section will soon expand to include information on aircraft from the Wright Flyer to the Boeing 787.
The site also includes a section on the History of Railroads. This section taken from MultiEductor's History of Railroads today includes photos of railroad section from throughout the US. The site now includes a history of the major events in Railroad history.
Источник описания:History Сentral
With designs to guide both aspiring students on the advantages and avenues to researching and searching for educational tinged information, AcademicInfo was created in 1998 by Michael Madin.
Bearing witness to the lack of authoritative educational internet resources, while a student of comparative religion at the University of Washington, Mike believed an alternative to Google was needed for those thirsting for subject area specific information.
AcademicInfo, while still some way off Mike's initial vision, aims to cover all aspects of education. From Accreditation, Test Preparation to guides on respective subject areas, AcademicInfo will also provide current and aspiring students with a myriad of degree and courses for those looking to enhance their professional credential as well as those seeking personal development.
The educational spectrum is vast and multifaceted so acting as a conduit, AcademicInfo is able to bring together the best educational institutions and programs they offer directly to you.
NCSS defines social studies as "the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence." Within the school program, social studies provides coordinated, systematic study drawing upon such disciplines as anthropology, archaeology, economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology, as well as appropriate content from the humanities, mathematics, and natural sciences. In essence, social studies promotes knowledge of and involvement in civic affairs. And because civic issues--such as health care, crime, and foreign policy--are multidisciplinary in nature, understanding these issues and developing resolutions to them require multidisciplinary education. These characteristics are the key defining aspects of social studies.
In 2010, NCSS published National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies: A Framework for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment. The revised standards, like the earlier social studies standards published in 1994, continue to be structured around the ten themes of social studies. However, the revised standards offer a sharper focus on Purposes; Questions for Exploration; Knowledge (what learners need to understand); Processes (what learners will be capable of doing); and Products (how learners demonstrate understanding). NCSS standards ensure an integrated social science, behavioral science, and humanities approach for achieving academic and civic competence that can be used by social studies decision makers in K-12 schools.
The NCSS framework consists of ten themes incorporating fields of study that correspond with one or more relevant disciplines.
Источник описания:National Council for the Social Studies