The Creek Nation virtual field trip examines lives of the Creek Indians prior to the arrival of the first settlers in Georgia, the fight to remain on their land, and their removal from Georgia in the 1830s.
Explore the lives of Creek Indians in Georgia through video footage, interactive maps, and primary source documents.
Evaluate the differing philosophies on land ownership held by Creek Indians and European settlers.
Examine the role of William McIntosh in the removal of the Creek from Georgia.
Engage in critical thinking with discussion questions that probe enduring understandings in social studies.
Slavery and Freedom This virtual journey explores the complexities of slavery and freedom in antebellum Savannah through the lens of the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters. Students can learn about the connections between the institution of slavery and the global economy and discover how one city can teach us about society and culture before the Civil War.
Georgia Forests Take your students on an interactive journey through the working forests of Georgia to learn about forest ecosystems, food webs, and life cycles, as well as forestry management processes, career opportunities, and much more. Key concepts are presented through text, images, videos, 360° tours, and interactive elements.
Civil Rights Movement Brimming with comprehensive, cross-curricular content, including 14 videos, primary source images and documents, compelling photo galleries, interactive maps, artwork, music, and more, this virtual collection invites students into an engaging exploration of some of the most significant events of the Civil Rights Movement.