Pennsylvania was one of the first states and is rich in American history. Some of the country’s most important events happened in the state’s City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia blends the historic and modern together to form a diverse and unique place to live. If you’re interested in learning more about Philadelphia and the teaching opportunities there, keep reading.
History buffs and students will love touring Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed. Other historic sites include Valley Forge, Olde Fort Mifflin, the Betsy Ross House, and the Liberty Bell. These are great places to take students for field trips to teach them about the beginnings of our country. There are also plenty of museums around the city such as the Please Touch Museum and the Rodin Museum. Art lovers and Rocky fans alike will want to visit the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art, famous for its extensive art collection and the “Rocky Steps.” Find more historic and cultural attractions in Philadelphia here.
Philadelphia also has over 215 miles of trails for lovers of the outdoors, the Reading Terminal Market for foodies looking to try something new, world-class colleges and universities, and so much more. Visit the city's official website to learn more about this great city.
Carolina Fransen is the EdTech Apps and Tools Editor at SimpleK12.com. She writes regularly about the use of educational technology in K-12 classrooms, and she loves investigating teaching jobs in some of her favorite locales. If you have an app, tool, website, or service that you think we should know about, please send your information or tip to email@example.com.
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