A few years back, I built a website for my high school history classes. It was one of those endeavors that made sense at the same time and it did end up being a great asset to me in the classroom. It was nice because I could post assignments, curriculum, helpful links, readings, etc. and the students could access it all at one place, even when they were absent from class on a particular day. Talk about handy!
I worked long hours on this thing! The main reason I put it together was for my APUSH (Advanced Placement United States History) class because there was a ton of material to teach and I needed a place to hold all of it. Though I only taught the class for one year (2015-16), it was a great experience and it did teach me a lot about building a website.
So, I figured I would share it with those who are interested. You can click around and see what is there and you might even find something useful – especially if you are a history teacher.
***A good number of the pages are password protected because there is copyrighted material “behind the wall.” I am trying to find a way to make it feasible for others to use the site, so bear with me as I make changes. If you are REALLY interested in something you see, contact me and we can work something out.