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Here is a collection of links to resources for bringing the Winter Olympics into your classroom. Twitter hashtags: #Olympics, #Vancouver, #WinterOlympics, #Vancouver2010, #OlympicGames, OG2010, #WinterGames Olympic dot org, the official website of the Olympic movement. Videos, looks ahead, looks behind, peeks into the workings of the IOC....

Where do you point your students for news? Fox? NBC? NPR? NY Times? CNN? When you want something a bit different, something less corporate, where do you look? Media Matters? The Daily Show? Indy Media? Rush? Huffington? Crooks and Liars? What if you want ground-breaking, objective, mixed...

In a fantastic session at NCSS Annual Conference, a couple of education specialists from the National Archives and Records Administration presented a small sampling of the incredible wealth of primary source materials available for free.  From Nixon's resignation letter to Regan's landmark Berlin speech (his...

Just a quick, short list of some reading selections for the summer: San Francisco Public Library Reading Lists Annotated list of lists up to 12 year olds, including special interest topic lists. Boulder Public Library Booklists Kids' Booklists including topics specific for boys, girls, and teachers. Boston Public...