Take a behind-the-scenes look at how historical African-American character portrayals are created for Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area with the Electronic Field Trip Making History Live. In this live Internet event and television broadcast and accompanying supplemental materials, experienced museum interpreters share their techniques for bringing the past to life.
The Electronic Field Trip
The Electronic Field Trip provides on-demand interactive resources for your students to explore the past in a way that engages them and makes American history relevant to their lives today.
Immerse students in authentic historical content that has been correlated to American history standards
Build civics, history, and literacy skills
Infuse distance learning into the differentiated classroom
Fill information gaps and enhance background knowledge
The live Internet event and television broadcast is accompanied by online voting; video previews; message boards; interactive, multidisciplinary student lessons; teaching resources; primary sources; and more. The broadcast is also available as streaming video, on-demand 24/7 to use when it fits your curriculum. View Features
Special $20 Savings
Follett Educational Services is proud to partner with Colonial Williamsburg to offer "Making History Live" for your classrooms. Subscribe to this Electronic Field Trip and receive an introductory savings of $20 off the regular price of $120. Mention promo code FESMHL11 to receive your savings. This offer is only valid until May 31, 2011.
A More Perfect Union - October 13, 2011 Harsh World, This World - Nov. 17, 2011 Westward! - December 15, 2011 The War of 1812 - January 19, 2012 When Freedom Came - February 16, 2012 Remember the Ladies - March 15, 2012 The Rights of Youth - April 19, 2012