Student resources include:
Video and Audio: Video introductions for every case study, video interviews withdozens of historians and eyewitnesses, historical video footage, and full audio support for the narrative.
Interactivities: Digital games, hands-on projects, and document-based activities using hundreds of primary sources, maps, charts, and images.
Resource Tools: Online timelines, glossary, biographies, and formative and summative assessment through constructed response and multiple-choice questions.
Student Community: Students learn by interacting with other classrooms across the nation.
Current Events: Frequently updated current events directly linked to each case study.
Teaching resources include:
Teacher Roadmaps: Lesson plans divided into “Interstate Activities," main activities for all students, and “Side Trips,”enrichment activities that allow students to dig deeper into a topic.
Teacher Notes: Presentation materials, assessment rubrics, and answer keys.
Learning Management System: Interactive formative and summative assessment, data reporting,and intervention.
Professional Development: Opportunities provided by Pearson and Colonial Williamsburg.
Current Events Activities: Every case study includes an activity linked to current events,making history relevant to the students’lives.
“The Virtual Republic”: Teachers can register their classes online to interact with other classrooms around the country, allowing students to debate and share ideas on challenging issues facing the nation.