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Resources for Teaching 9/11: An Interactive Tour at Ground Zero, Artifact Videos, & Slideshow of the Twin Towers

The World Trade Center March 2001, Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

The World Trade Center March 2001, Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

The New York Times has published an interactive tour of the memorial at Ground Zero. The Ground Zero memorial commemorates the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001.

The interactive tour includes 3D maps of the grounds, high definition images, video clips, and more. The colossal project of building the memorial museum and exhibit has taken nearly fifteen years to complete.

You can view the exhibit by clicking here. You should also check out the videos “9/11 Artifacts, and the Stories They Tell” as well as the slide show “Where the Twin Towers Stood.”

Tip of the Week: Online museums

A great list of online museum exhibits! I published a couple of articles of my own: Best Online & Interactive International Museums and Best Online & Interactive Museums.

History Tech

Last week, Learning Never Stops posted a great article about a variety of online museums. You need to add over and check out the entire list. Some of their suggestions are history / social studies related and you’ll want to be sure to read their reviews of the following suggestions:

But there are other online museums out there that are super handy for classroom use. So today . . . a quick list of places you can visit for great resources to incorporate into your instruction:

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