New EDCollection Offers Free Educational Resources to Tackle the 2016 Election Cycle

Election 2016: Stumped!?

“Election 2016: Stumped!?” provides free digital resources for students and teachers to make sense of the campaign chaos.
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Register for NewseumED for a chance to win!

NewseumED

We’re giving away a $1,000 Amazon gift card plus monthly prizes, just for signing up for the Newseum’s free online learning resource.
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Black History Month resources for educators

NewseumED offers lesson plans and an interactive collection on the First Amendment and the civil rights movement, available online for free.
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NewseumED To Unveil Redesigned Website

The new NewseumED website has more content, interactive features and searchability — and is fast and easy to use.
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Open House Sessions Focus on Digital

This year’s Teacher Open House on Oct. 3 puts an extra emphasis on technology in the classroom. Alumni from our 2015 Summer Teacher Institutes will be leading sessions on how they have blended digital tools and social media into their curriculum.
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On the Road: Fall Conferences

Fall Conferences

Newseum Education staff will be presenting at conferences in Ohio and Louisiana this fall. Stop by and see us if you are attending any of these events.
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Summer Survey Winner

We Have a Winner

Hassan Mims from Annandale High School in Virginia is the winner of a drawing among educators who completed a survey after visiting the Newseum this summer.
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6th Annual Teacher Open House on Oct. 3

Circle Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015, on your calendar for our sixth annual Teacher Open House.
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9/11 From the Front Page to the History Books

As the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks approach, NewseumED offers educators some resources to guide classroom discussion.
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Case Studies: How Much Is Too Much?

Case Study

The murder Aug. 26 of a WDBJ journalist and cameraman raises important ethical questions on how the story has and continues to be covered. To help your students explore the ethical questions about content use and sources during tragedy, NewseumED offers two related classroom-ready case studies.
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