Students become the detectives of historical events, such as the Boston Massacre and school desegregation. They must consult documents, journals, diaries, artifacts, historic sites, works of art, quantitative data, and other evidence from the past, and to do so imaginatively--taking into account the historical context in which these records were created and comparing the multiple points of view of those on the scene at the time
History in Motion offers powerful, easy-to-use features so you can create historical scenarios, animate events, share your work with others, and explore history in a way that was never before possible. Helps students understand and visualize historical the order of events as they took place.
Imagine exploring coral reefs or the surface of Mars in the afternoon. Go inside the structure of a cell or explore photosynthesis. With Expeditions, you can lead your students on immersive VR journeys using VR viewers such as Google Cardboard (VR viewers are optimal but not required. Can also use ipads)
The Bill of Rights Institute develops educational resources and programs for a network of more than 50,000 educators and 70,000 students nationwide. Resources include videos and lesson plans for Voices of History, Landmark Supreme Court Cases, Documents of Freedom, Civil Disobedience, Founding Documents, etc.