Nebraska State
Council for the Social Studies


Fall NSCSS Newsletter, 2013

Visit the Digital Classroom, the National Archives' gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students. @ National Archives

A Teacher's Guide to Fellowships and Awards for Social Studies : here are a series of links to fellowships and awards that teachers in your state may apply for -- if I have misrepresented a fellowship please let us know

Teaching Strategies for Students with Diverse Learning Needs
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This website will help you teach the economic concepts that are important for elementary students to learn as they study Nebraska history.

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Social studies -- Statewide Social Studies list

Notable Nebraskans

Revisions made to the NSCSS Constitution

Discover Nebraska Tour 2004

The online submission form for the NSCSS Instructional Plan can be received by emailing John LeFeber at [email protected]


Below are some links to current web pages that contain information that is beneficial to Social Studies education.

The American Promise

A Link to a correlation to states' secondary social studies standards and the study of the Holocaust. Please link or point schools to this URL



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