Resources for Teachers

Center of Latin American Studies

CHICO - Cultural Heritage Initiative for Community Outreach

Classroom Connect - professional development programs and online instructional materials

Education World

Establishing Borders: The Expansion of the United States 1846-48 (Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies) Contains resource guides, lesson plans, and more.

Expressions of Central America (Stanford Center for Latin American Studies and the School of Education's Learning, Design, and Technology Program) An innovative, online educational tool to help teachers and students uncover the rich artistic, cultural, and historical heritage of traditionally underrepresented Central American peoples. Site under construction. Information currently available for Honduras and Nicaragua.

FLTEACH - Foreign Language Teaching Forum from the State University of New York College at Cortland

Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of the Mexican Family through Children's Literature by Geraldine Martin (Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute)

International Documents Finding Guide (Jana Krentz, KU Libraries)

Scholastic.com for Teachers

Smithsonian Latino Center - Educator's Guides/Bilingual Materials

The Struggle for Democracy in Latin America (Dave Forrest)

UT-LANIC: Lesson Plans

 

 

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