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Lucy Gray

We Choose the Moon: Launch - 18 views

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    Absolutely stunning site!
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    Agreed! Thanks for sharing!
Sheryl A. McCoy

Williamsburg Foundation Directors - 2 views

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    Historical information and images from the time period
Julie Shy

View From Your Window Game - 10 views

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    View From Your Window Game
    Based on the popular Daily Dish meme
    Try to find the location seen in the picture in the upper right within the fixed number of guesses.
Julie Shy

Page99Test.com | Find & rate short book excerpts - 2 views

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    The Page 99 Test is simple: After reading page 99, would you want to turn the page?

    For decades, readers have used the Page 99 Test to judge the writing of a book before buying it. That's the idea here... but with a twist.

    Here, published and unpublished writers share their page 99s with readers like you. And you get to rate their writing (without knowing if it's published or who the author is). It's fast. Fun. Addictive.
Lucy Gray

Games and adventures - 8 views

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    From the National Museums of Scotland
Julie Shy

History Teacherz - 7 views

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    At this site two history teachers sing about history topics to the tunes of pop classics. See the lyrics, hear the songs and watch the YouTube videos - http://youtube.com/user/historyteachers. It's a quirky, fun way to introduce history topics
Julie Shy

Project Based Learning | BIE - 8 views

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    A MUST SEE resource for teachers! Check this site out for great sample projects and videos.

    In Project Based Learning (PBL), students go through an extended process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem, or challenge. Rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practice 21st Century Skills (such as collaboration, communication & critical thinking).

Julie Shy

101questions - 13 views

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    See a picture/video and enter the first question that comes to mind. Join and see questions other's submitted.
Julie Shy

TimeMaps - World History TimeMap - 7 views

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    The TimeMap aims to provide a visual guide to each civilization and nation in history, be an authoritive resource for historical enquiry, and provide an accessible way of looking at the 'bigger picture' of the world's past.

    Maps are the ideal starting point for historical enquiry. Without understanding the location of a civilization or state, within the axis of time and space, there can be no historical understanding of an episode. To study Ancient Egypt in isolation, not knowing whether it comes before or after the Ancient Greeks or the Ancient Romans, is on a par with studying myths and legends. What students need - what all citizens of today's world need, if they are to understand its past - is an overview, a chronological framework, in which detailed knowledge can be slotted. The TimeMaps History project seeks to provide both the overview and the detail, so that the latter is served up within its full context.




    TimeMaps materials are designed to be accessible for anyone interested in history; they also support teachers of history and their students. We take great care to ensure that our work is of the highest quality, based on sound academic research. We seek to communicate history in such a way that we can be as useful to a historian looking for a background on a topic, as for a student searching for a particular, specific piece of information.
Julie Shy

OpenStudy: Study Together - 0 views

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    OpenStudy is a social learning network where students ask questions, give help, and connect with other students studying the same things. Our mission is to make the world one large study group, regardless of school, location, or background.
Julie Shy

Stack Exchange - Free, Community-Powered Q&A - 0 views

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    Stack Exchange is a fast-growing network of 83 question and answer sites on diverse topics from software programming to cooking to photography and gaming. We are an expert knowledge exchange: a place where physics researchers can ask each other about quantum entanglement, computer programmers can ask about JavaScript date formats, and photographers can share knowledge about taking great pictures in the snow.
darren mccarty

Bubbabrain 10 Million Game Challenge - 2 views

K-12 Challenge for students. Go to http://www.bubbabrain.com - click on the word challenges- select your challenge- select your state-pick a game- hit play.

Web2.0 free technology

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