Download interdisciplinary, cross-regional and standard-specific units, lessons and instructional aids designed by teachers and scholars and tested by practicing precollegiate teachers affiliated with the National Resource Center network.
Exploring Islam in Germany
A list of websites containing resources for K-12 teachers
A unit on exploring Egyptian culture using the Internet
How the Inuit of Canada and the Zapotecs of Mexico Keep Their Native Traditions Alive
Top Twenty-two Southeast Asia Links for Teachers
Resources for teaching international studies to elementary and secondary school students
A directory of internet resources for K-12 teachers
Russian and East European Network Information Center
A weblinks directory of resources for secondary school teachers
A weblinks directory for resources related to teaching about Buddhism
A K-12 Resource of the Asia Society
A search engine for locating descriptions and reviews of teaching materials plus information about how to obtain them
A comprehensive website with links, resources, and lesson plans for teaching about Asia
A weblinks directory with access to over 5000 websites aligned with California's History/Social Science curriculum.
An internet resource page hosted by the East European, Russian, and Eurasian National Resource Center at Columbia University
This online curriculum guide was designed to complement a public lecture by Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Guatemalan human rights activist and 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner.
A web portal for K-12 teachers and students
The Kamusi Project's Internet Living Swahili Dictionary is freely available to all users
Sights and Sounds of a Continent
List of online newspapers available without subscription
Teaching Comparative Religion Through Art and Architecture
Selected Internet Resources
A portfolio of images from a 2001 Fulbright-Hays Seminar in Argentina
A weblinks directory to South Asian history, cultures and literatures.
Explores human migration in historical and contemporary contexts.
A brief portrait of Egypt.
A useful list, with brief annotations, of online resources for teachers, including general sites useful to teachers of any subject.
Understanding the Crusades through multiple perspectives.
A Curriculum Guide for Teaching about Latin America
A useful online directory for anyone interested in Egypt.
Country-specific overviews of all African countries
African publications and information on Africa
The University of California at Berkeley provides seven different directories of web links and resources.
An introduction to Arab history and a survey of contemporary Arab society, culture and politics
The Center for Advanced Study of International Development at Michigan State University provides six specialized directories of web-based resources, each well-developed with useful annotations.
A useful, informative resource for teaching Ottoman History put together in a concise, accessible manner.
How Has Globalization Affected Mexico?
Includes resources on Chile and human rights as well as an excerpt from Ariel Dorfman’s book of the same name.
A metasite of filtered website materials.
An annotated list of books and other resources for teaching about Ghana.
A significant oral and literary text that continues to be an important cultural influence in South and Southeast Asia
A guide to establishing email connections between K-12 classrooms in the US and abroad
An annotated set of mostly weblinks to key Latin American reference materials.
A learning packet for secondary-level study
Three teaching units provide overview of the economy and trade of Japan.
Teacher/student resource on East Asian art, focusing on China, Japan and Korea.
Website on one of the most important peoples and periods in world history
The transmission of the Greek and Roman classics of philosophical and scientific thought is in large part due to the Arabs who translated and salvaged these works from approximately 500 to 1300 CE.