Resources for Teachers

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School and Classroom Visits
If you would like to have me speak at your school or in your classroom, please call my Jackson Office at (517)-780-9075.

Resources from the Library of Congress
The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development tools on their website, all of which can be found by clicking here.

To learn about the importance of today’s date in history, please click here.

Help preserve our nation’s history by participating in the Veterans History Project.

Click here to access World Libraries and Collections and help expand students’ minds with knowledge of different cultures around the world.

Resources from the National Archives
The National Archives website also offers resources to assist teachers with their lesson plans. Hundreds of reproducible copies of primary documents from the holdings of the National Archives of the United States, lesson plans correlated to the National History Standards, and cross-curriculum connections are offered online.

Primary documents can be found by clicking here. Teaching with these documents encourages a varied learning environment for both teachers and students.

Training for teachers and Professional Development Workshops are also offered through the National Archives. For more information regarding Professional Development Workshops, Videoconferences, Summer Institutes and Collaboration opportunities, please click here.