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Educator Resources

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THC Historic Sites Lesson Plans

Educators and students in elementary, middle school and high school can use these free materials and links to learn more about Texas history.

View the Historic Sites Resources


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TBH for Teachers

Texas Beyond History is rich in information and resources to help you teach about the past in Texas, using archeology as a lens for discovery.

Visit the TBH for Teachers website here.

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Project Arhcaeology Curriculum Guides

Visit Project Archaeology's website to learn about their high quality educational materials.


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Legacy Resources

CAR's Legacy program has developed a website to share free activity guides with teachers and the general public that encourage hands on learning with an anthropological perspective.

View the Legacy Program's website

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K-12 Distance Learning Programs

The National Museum of the American Indian offers virtual field trips, live webinars, and virtual educator development to help the public learn more about Indigenous peoples's histories and contemporary experiences.

Visit the Educator page on the museum's website.