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Jørgen Mortensen

Big History Project - 43 views

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    Our students have been doing BHP for over a year. We have started with our second cohort this year. The scope and support for practical days is fantastic. The students love it and so do our teachers. When staff and students finish a practical day they are so elated with their work, that nobody leaves on the bell...everyone is still evaluating the day.
Martin Burrett

Google Museum of the World - 83 views

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    A superb site from Google and the British museum. An interactive timeline of interconnected historical objects from all over the world. Click on them to view details.
Steve Kelly

See the history of changes made to a file - Docs editors Help - 28 views

  • If you want to see the changes you and others have made to a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing, you can check the revision history.
  • Reverting to a previous version of a document doesn't eliminate any versions, but it moves this previous version to the top of your revision history.
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    Important! When accessing Revision History and 'Restoring a Previous Version', no changes are 'eliminated!' The selected version is simply moved to the top of the revision history panel. This is huge: it means that students can't inadvertently (or intentionally) remove edits that form the history of the collaborative document!
Glenn Hervieux

Six Timeline Creation Tools for Students Compared In an Updated Chart - 75 views

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    Richard Byrne shares his updated list of six timeline creation tools and provides a comparison chart in a Google Doc.
Siri Anderson

National Catholic Sisters Week | SisterStory Listening Party - 8 views

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    Years ago the Hilton Foundation gave St. Catherine University money to support outreach around the Sisters, broadly construed. Why? Because in their research on ROI, they found that money given to Sisters to do good in the world yielded the largest returns. Sisters have a history of maximizing benefits.

    In our practice at St. Kate's we, with a faculty of varying faiths and identities, channel the Sisters' practices of hospitality, generosity, the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and treating our dear neighbors as ourselves to serve the greater good in our work with students and the community. Unity around this shared purpose is what makes working and learning here uniquely wonderful.

    Anyway, if you are a lover of podcasts, good stories, history, or community you might consider the series shared here. A suitable addition to National Women's History Month as well as National Catholic Sisters Week in March.
Doug Saunders

The World Wide Web project - 60 views

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    This is the first website to be published to the World Wide Web
Deborah Baillesderr

Who Am I?: A History Mystery - 73 views

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    Students becoming historical detectives.
Deborah Baillesderr

Free Technology for Teachers: Historical Investigations for Students to Complete - 86 views

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    "Historical Investigations for Students to Complete"
Nate White

» Teaching Materials Zinn Education Project - 22 views

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    History lessons addressing topics through the lens of Zinn's A People's History of the United States. useful search tools to find materials based on time period or subject matter streamline research time and make the site very useful.
Nigel Coutts

Learning from History - 47 views

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    There is an innate beauty and wonder in History. How might we ensure students receive the maximum benefit from their study of History? How do we encourage them to see History as more than content?
Martin Burrett

Magna Carta Template - 34 views

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    An adaptable template for writing your own Magna Carta. Template contains a brief, editable introduction to the Magna Carta.
David Howard

Views - Google Maps - 26 views

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    Google Views, searchable street views and 360 degree sphere photographs.
Deborah Baillesderr

Big History Project - 36 views

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    "JOURNEY THROUGH 13.8 BILLION YEARS"
Deborah Baillesderr

Inside Dig-It! | Dig-It! Games - 7 views

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    History meets gamification
Michele Rosen

Home | centropa.org - 16 views

shared by Michele Rosen on 17 Mar 15 - Cached
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    Preserving Jewish memory - Bringing history to life
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