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Fred Delventhal

History Happens - Home - 0 views

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    History Happens is a collection of music videos about characters from American history. Our goal is to inform and inspire young people that an individual can make a difference--as evidenced by the many acts of courage, endurance and passion that make up the American story. These music videos can be used as a platform for all kinds of innovative, multi-disciplinary, project-based teaching/learning experiences. To learn more about our programs, please feel free to contact us by telephone or email.
Fred Delventhal

VDOE :: Standards of Learning Information Center :: Practice Items - 1 views

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    These practice items provide examples of the new content and increased rigor represented by the revised Standards of Learning (SOL) and illustrate the new Technology-Enhanced Item types for the mathematics, reading, science, and writing SOL tests.  Technology-Enhanced Items (TEI) require students to indicate their responses in ways other than a multiple-choice format.
Fred Delventhal

History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Home - 0 views

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    "The History Engine is an educational tool that gives students the opportunity to learn history by doing the work-researching, writing, and publishing-of a historian. The result is an ever-growing collection of historical articles or "episodes" that paints a wide-ranging portrait of life in the United States throughout its history and that is available to scholars, teachers, and the general public in our online database."

    Via http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2012/04/history-engine-explore-stories-of.html
Fred Delventhal

Virginia Memory - 2 views

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    Virginia Memory is part of the online presence of the Library of Virginia, the state archives and reference library at the seat of government for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Established in 1823, the Library maintains vast and varied collections of print materials, manuscripts, archival records, newspapers, photographs and ephemera, maps and atlases, rare books, and fine art that tell the history of the commonwealth and its people. Since the mid-1990s, the Library has digitized parts of the collections in an effort to make our materials more widely available to our online users.
Fred Delventhal

Humanline.com: Images of art, history and science for educational and commercial licensing - 0 views

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    Education users
    Professors, students and teachers are free to use it in classroom presentations and demos, dissertations and other non-commercial academic works, researches and all related not-for-profit activities. The use of our files is still bound by a license but its use is completely free as long as:  
    (1) the downloaded image is used according to its terms and conditions;
    (2) humanline.com is accredited as the source by a credit line or an active link to our website; and
    (3) it is not distributed to third parties.

    via http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2012/04/humanline-thousands-of-historic-images.html
Fred Delventhal

Animaps - Create and view beautifully informative animated maps, for free! - 0 views

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    "Create and view beautifully informative animated maps, for free!"
Fred Delventhal

Thinkfinity In Virginia - 3 views

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    Thinkfinity content providers are as follows:

    * ArtsEdge, a program of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, provides art education resources.
    * EconEdLink, developed by the Council for Economic Education, offers economic and personal finance lesson materials for K-12 teachers and students.
    * EdSitement, from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Trust for the Humanities, includes information in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies.
    * Illuminations, created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), provides resources for teaching mathematics.
    * Literacy Network, a program of the National Center for Family Literacy and ProLiteracy, offers resources for literacy instruction and lifelong learning for adults and family literacy programs.
    * ReadWriteThink, from the International Reading Association (IRA) and the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), includes resources for reading and language arts instruction.
    * Science NetLinks, developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), provides standards-based science resources including downloadable 60-second science updates.
    * Smithsonian's History Explorer, created by the National Museum of American History, features resources and artifacts from the museum's collections.
    * Xpeditions, from National Geographic, offers geography resources including printable maps and an interactive atlas.

    Professional Development

    Thinkfinity provides a number of professional development opportunities. Many Virginia educators have become Thinkfinity field trainers through online training classes and have become certified trainers.

    Resources

    A special Educator section highlights the newest available resources.

    Correlations between the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) and Thinkfinity resources are available in the following Excel spreadsheets
Fred Delventhal

Branches of Power | Filament Games - 1 views

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    "Branches of Power lets you play all three branches of government, collectively charged with a critical goal: to build new laws! As President, choose issues you think are important and rally the people around them. As a legislator, craft bills around your constituents' values. As a Justice, uphold the law or strike down unconstitutional legislation. Only through using all three branches cooperatively can you construct towering laws upon the issue foundations that dot the landscape."

    via http://ilearntechnology.com/?p=2672
Heather Hurley

The International Civil Rights Center & Museum - 1 views

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    Fifty years ago, the F.W. Woolworth building in Greensboro, N.C., stood as a reminder of segregated life in the south. Today, the building stands as a monument to the power of human courage and its ability to bring about social change. The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is more than just a building designed to house historical exhibits and artifacts. It is a place to witness, to experience and to discuss how to affect social change in our own nation and around the world.
Fred Delventhal

Special Offers | C-SPAN Classroom - 1 views

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    "C-SPAN's New American Presidents Timeline Poster"
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