High School World History: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
Studying world history provides important perspectives on the past and offers direction for the future. Our High School World History Web Guide connects you to the best online content, including study guides, original documents, educational activities and much more.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
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As a parent, it can be a challenge to keep up with what your teens are studying in school. Use these parent resources for high school world history to get a better idea of what your kids are learning and find useful, age-appropriate resources you can use to help them further their studies at home.
- A museum doesn’t have to be about history to be a good source of history lessons. For example, the Web site of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has an art history timeline linked to art resources from around the world for various time periods. Its Explore & Learn section has interesting activities for students, such as dancing with Edgar Degas, as well as many other collections.
- One of the best ways to help your teenager is to ask her history teacher what the class is studying and supplement those subjects at home. The other sections of this Web guide will be of particular interest to many parents and can provide inspiration for ways to get your child interested in world history.
- If you’re homeschooling your children, you might spend some time browsing the “Teaching Resources for High School World History” section of this Web guide. For many more Web sites that can help you with homeschooling in a variety of ways, see our Homeschooling Web Guide.