For Educators and Students
Supporting, assisting, and encouraging the use of primary source materials in the classroom is an important part of our mission. We encourage school districts and educators in our area to make use of our free resources listed below.
Please contact Mickey Ebert, Education Specialist, (816) 268-8013, for additional information or to schedule any of the programs listed below.
Hands-On History Activities
Have your students explore primary source documents in a hands-on research activity using resources of the National Archives. Programs can be created based on the current unit of study you are in.
Popular topics for hands-on research experiences include:
- Westward Expansion,
- World War I,
- The Great Depression, and
- World War II.
"Hands-On History" activities may be scheduled either at the Archives or in your classroom. If you would like more information or to schedule a "Hands-On History" research experience, please call Mickey Ebert at (816) 268-8013 or e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.