Resources

TEACHER RESOURCE GUIDES

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This set of 12 teacher resource guides serves as the most comprehensive resource manual to the Bermuda National Trust historic houses, cemeteries and nature reserves. It is designed to inspire teachers to enhance their students’ learning through informal engaged experiences outside the classroom. Each guide is filled with fascinating background information and lists activities which are linked to the curriculum laid out by the Bermuda Ministry of Education’s Social Studies and Cambridge International Science Curriculum. The guides were launched on April 24th 2015 (see article in Royal Gazette).

COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG

Site of the recreated colonial town, wonderful source of teacher resources

www.history.org

HUMANITIES ON THE WEB

From the National Endowment for the Humanities in partnership with the National Trust for the Humanities, and the MarcoPolo Education Foundation. This educational partnership brings online humanities and social science resources from some of the world's great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities directly to your classroom

edsitement.neh.fed.us

LESSON PLANET

News, access to sites in all subjects, all age ranges; lots of lesson plans and resources for teachers, students and parents

www.lessonplanet.com

PBS

For children, parents and teachers; providing activities in history and science

www.pbs.org

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Information and educational resources on environmental issues    

www.epa.gov

US FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE NATIONAL WETLANDS INVENTORY

Maps, publications, information for teachers and students

www.fws.gov

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