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 free to middle and high school teachers through Verizon Innovative Learning HQ.
You will need to register for access.
We have included supporting teacher guides, student worksheets, primary sources, a 20-page “The United States in WWI ” history eBook, a series of “The Social Impact of WWI on America” video documentaries, and interactive, augmented reality apps the allow the exploration of WWI in unique and innovative ways . These comprehensive resources are standards driven, sourced from credentialed experts, interactive, and can be accessed and used at no cost.
The Verizon Innovative Learning initiative helps bridge 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 to teachers, bringing the lessons learned to a next generation of learners.
LESSON 1: Grades 7-12
Installation, Overview and Familiarity
Lesson I is an introduction to the WWI Teaching and Learning Resources the Doughboy Foundation is offering through the Verizon Innovative Learning HQ.
LESSON 2: Grades 7-12
Exploring the Essential of WWI
Lesson II allows teachers to flexibly create a custom WWI syllabus that scales from 1 to 5+ days through the Verizon Innovative Learning HQ.
WWI MEMORIAL APPS
“Virtual Explorer” and “Visitor Guide”
For classrooms equipped with A/R capable mobile devices, the Apps provide interactive WWI explorations. Learn more HERE or search on “WWI Memorial” in the App stores.
This 20-minute Webinar introduces our 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). We are bringing these resources to history teachers and their students across the country in partnership with the Verizon.