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Ancient History Encyclopedia: Education

The nonprofit Ancient History Encyclopedia (last featured in the 10-17-2017 Scout Report) has expanded considerably in the decade since its launch. One of the more recent additions is its Education section, where visitors will find a handy portal to numerous resources created and curated by AHE staff. For example, its collection of Teaching Resources contains free lesson plans and collections of...
Archaeological Institute of America: Lesson Plans

Archaeology is a fascinating subject and the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is committed to getting young people enthused about this area of human inquiry. This website contains useful lesson plans designed to bring the "fascinating material culture and methodological approaches of archaeology into their classrooms." The materials here are intended for use with K-12 students, but a...
eCUIP: Education and Outreach Collections from the University of Chicago

Started by the Chicago Public Schools and the University of Chicago, the eCUIP Digital Library Project brings together a range of materials related to Chicago history, international studies, dinosaurs and archaeology for K-12 students and educators. The site offers a variety of materials, including Articles, Multimedia, Interactives, Reference Links, and Lesson Plans. Two of the highlights here...