AP World History - The College Board site that includes a topical outline
Bridging World History - Resources for teachers
Do History/ Martha Ballard's Story - The website created to teach history using the story of Martha Ballard, a colonial midwife. Historian Laura Thatcher Ulrich wrote a book which the site is based.
Lesson Plans-Wisconsin Historical Society - Search Victoria Zuleger Straughn's lessons here under "World Wars and Conflicts."
Medieval Islamic Views of the Cosmos - The Teachers' Pack created by the Bodlian Library is aimed at students who are 11-14.
NASA Satellite Image: Night View - Link to the picture of the earth at night
National Geographic Maps - It contains printable blank maps for map activities, you can turn the country borders on or off, and identify if you would like them detailed or not.
Online Gallery of 15 World History Books - High quality website that shows 15 books from across time and space, allows the user to manually move the piece on the screen.
Timeline of Art History - Provided by the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Traditions and Encounters Textbook Site - The Traditions and Encounters text has quizzes, tests, outlines, and primary source comparisons online.
Worksheets for using Documents and Artifacts - The National Archives provides these to help educators teach with documents and artifacts.
World History Connected - Free online journal on teaching world history.
World History Matters - A wonderful site; George Mason University's Center for History and New Media has created this to support history education.
World History for Us All - Provides a comprehensive model curriculum for teaching world history from early times to the present