Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

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Chemistry: Challenges and Solutions
This course teaches concepts of general chemistry by presenting real challenges in energy production, materials development, biochemistry, and environmental protection. It zeroes in on core topics taught in introductory chemistry, providing a strong foundation for learners to pursue further study in science, med-tech fields, or a liberal education.

 Explore the following Web sites for information about the Middle Ages, including links to primary source material.

Internet Medieval Sourcebook
The place to go for primary source material related to the middle ages.

The Labyrinth Compendium of Medieval Resources
Based at Georgetown University this site provides links to many medieval resources available on the Internet.

The Online Medieval and Classical Literature Library
This site provides links to texts which are considered major literary works of the middle ages.

ORB: Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Articles and links on the Middle Ages.

Visit your local library to find these books on the Middle Ages:

The BayeuxTapestry by Wolfgang Grape. Te Neues Pub Co, 1994.

Cathedral by David MaCaulay. Houghton Mifflin, 1973

Cathedral, Forge and Waterwheel by Frances and Joseph Gies. Harperperennial Library, 1995

Civilization of the Middle Ages by Norman Cantor. Harperperennial Library, 1994.

Fast and Feast: Food in Medieval Society by Bridget Ann Henisch. Pennsylvainia State University Press, 1986.

Fabulous Feasts: Medieval Cookery and Ceremony by Madeleine Pelner Cosman. George Brazillier, 1978.

Health, Disease, and Healing in Medieval Culture, Sheila Campbell, Bert Hall, David Klausner, eds. St. Martins, 1991.

Life in a Medieval Village by Frances and Joseph Gies. Harperperennial Library, 1991.

Medieval Tapestries in The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Adolfo Salvatore Cavallo. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993

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