Category: Teacher Resources

President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site

President Bill Clinton’s education began from a pretty young age, due to the care and help of his grandmother Edith Cassidy. The rangers at President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site would like to help you learn more about Bill’s childhood, as well as the National Park Service.


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Fort Smith National Historic Site

Native Americans, Outlaws, Westward Expansion, or the Justice System – Fort Smith National Historic Site brings history to life. We are in the process of updating our education programs in alignment with the Common Core. The new programs will offer more opportunities for students to be actively involved in the learning process.

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Pea Ridge National Military Park

Pea Ridge National Military Park now offers Traveling Trunks for educators to rent for two weeks. These trunks, one Union and one Confederate, contain reproduction items worn and carried by the common soldier during the early years of the American Civil War.

Pea Ridge National Military Park offers a variety of options for teachers and students studying the Civil War and the Battle of Pea Ridge.

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Portal for Arkansas K-12 Materials

This portal is designed to help teachers and students locate and use K-12 learning resources developed by University of Arkansas campuses, as well as organizations throughout the state and beyond. It is brought to you by CUACRL, the Council of University of Arkansas College and Research Libraries. The mission of CUACRL is “to share,

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Top 20 Tips for using Encyclopedia of Arkansas for Student Research & Teacher Lesson Plans

This document is a step-by-step guide to using resources collections at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies for teaching research and citation skills. The guide introduces researchers to web-based exhibits at the Butler Center website and to advanced searching techniques in the online Encyclopedia of Arkansas.

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Butler Banner Archive

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