Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District
The Klamath-Trinity Curriculum Project, a Project under the Klamath-Trinity School District's Indian Education Program, is dedicated to producing Native American cultural curriculum materials of the highest quality that address the state standards.
Click Here to Access the Curriculum Resources Website
Primary Resources available Online
A variety of primary sources have been collected into sets that support the California Content Standards in History-Social Sciences, English-Language Arts, and Visual Arts for use in K-12 classrooms. These collections of primary sources make it easy for teachers to find the materials they need quickly.
The History Project
University of California, Irvine
The History Project is an organization of teachers, historians, and affiliated scholars that promotes history and social science education. Their goal is to increase the achievement of all students, thereby developing an engaged and informed citizenry.
Your link to everything fun and fascinating — for children, youth and the young at heart — related to the California Coastal Redwoods. This is a project by the Humboldt Office of Education and the California State Parks. Be sure to print up an EdVenture Quest the next time you visit a park!
Smithsonian’s History Explorer
The Smithsonian’s History Explorer is a comprehensive and useful history websites for educators. The site offers an abundant catalog of subjects with various means of searching specific topics ( i.e. a search engine that produces results based on keywords, grade level and source type i.e. artifact, primary source lesson, interactive website.) Information is also divided by historical era. The site is rich in primary sources and also links to view museum artifacts. Educators will appreciate the varied and numerous lesson plans (aligned with national standards) as well as the many resources for professional development (links to blogs, workshops etc.)
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