Tom Richey's World History and US history site (AWESOME) Full of PowerPoints, and more This site is has a ton of resources for history teachers. I could use the powerpoints and videos as references for my own lessons.
This ludicrously detailed graphic shows, as suggested by the detail, historical linkages and simultaneous occurrences. Before the years of global empires and trade networks the.<<<my middle school history teacher had this, it’s so much fun to look over
Podcasts (most about 15 minutes) A History of the World in 100 Objects: BBC Radio used 100 objects from the British Museum and discussed their significance to history. Including a Victorian Tea Set, a Hawaiian feather helmet, and an Incan gold Llama.