Free award-winning WWI Teaching and Learning Resources for educators.

The Doughboy Foundation’s award-winning WWI Memorial Apps and core WWI Teaching and Learning Resources are now available to middle and high school teachers through Verizon’s Innovative Learning HQ portal.

The resources are free to educators, who can access them by signing up for an account at https://www.verizon.com/learning/register.

WWI Teaching and Learning Resources include supporting teacher guides, student worksheets, primary sources, and video documentaries. These comprehensive resources are standards driven, sourced from credentialed experts, interactive, and can be accessed and used at no cost.

Verizon Innovative Learning, an award-winning education initiative, bridges the digital divide by providing technology, internet access, curricula, and other resources to students and educators at schools across the country. In partnership with the Doughboy Foundation, Verizon is now making the important lessons of World War I easily accessible and deeply relevant to the next generation.

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This Webinar introduces a body of contemporary WWI teaching and learning resources, developed over the past 9 years as a part of the US WWI centennial commemoration, and now packaged for middle and high school application (grades 7-12). Through a partnership with Verizon Innovative Learning, we are bringing these resources to history teachers and their students across the country.