Minnesota Humanities Center
Absent Narratives Resource Collection
America’s Secret War Educator ToolkitOhéyawahe (Pilot Knob): A Teacher Guide and Supplementary Lessons for Learning about Mnísota’s First People
Minnesota Council on Economic Education
Teaching economics has never been more important as we face daily the economic consequences of this extraordinary time. MCEE prepared the following Distance Learning Resources, available 24/7. If you do not find what you need below, please reach out by email. Stay safe and be well!
Minnesota Historical Society
Distance Learning Resources, including online and low-tech
MNHS YouTube channel, with various playlists, including Story Time and Native American Artists-in-Residence
Learning Law and Democracy Foundation
Teaching Civics website
Minnesota Council for History Education
National Council of History Education: Weekly online conversations with historian Joanne Freeman
Activities and era-specific resources:
Minnesota Alliance for Geographic Education
New! (Oct. 2020) Padlet of Geography Distance Learning Resources
Geography in a Box: This set of lessons is designed for elementary students. It is a set of hands-on lessons that explain the five themes of geography, and should work well for students and their parents.
Mapping Hour: The K-12 education team at Esri has created a website with scaffolded ArcGIS Online video lessons that can be shared with educators and parents.
Oh, the Places You'll Go! ArcGIS Mapping Activity
Fact-Checking Tips: Resources to help teachers and students evaluate news and information