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Deborah Baillesderr

Featured | Global Oneness Project - 31 views

    Learning world cultures and global awareness through film, articles and film complete with lesson plans and CC standards.
Deborah Baillesderr

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

    "Historical Investigations for Students to Complete"
Deborah Baillesderr

PenPal Schools - 35 views

    This is for middle and high school age students.
Deborah Baillesderr

Inside Dig-It! | Dig-It! Games - 8 views

    History meets gamification
Michele Rosen

eduCanon - 32 views

shared by Michele Rosen on 28 Feb 14 - No Cached
Michael Sheehan

10 Fantastic mapping websites! - 192 views

    These great websites offer a wide variety of mapping sites and tools.
Kevin Kaeser

The ReDistricting Game - 37 views

    a game that shows the power of gerrymandering
Garth Holman

UH - Digital History - 12 views

    US History resource - nice
    Lots of American History resources for variety of topics
    Tons of primary resources for American History and learning. This breaks down USA history in timelines, texts, ears, resources. You can spend 20 hours on here and not see it all. A FIRST stop for American History.
Stacy Olson

App Learning Tasks By Brad Wilson - 5 views

    Lists of learning tasks matched with apps and Bloom's - Math, reading, storytelling, writing, language arts, social studies, and science.
Michelle Kassorla

Flocabulary Year in Rap 2012 - 95 views

    A rap of all the big news stories of 2012
Michele Brown

American Family Through Time - 2 views

    Journey through American family history with this interactive info graphic. Move around and click on dates, buildings, cards and fine comparative information from census records.  Very interesting.  Great for history lessons.
teacherboyle - 37 views

    MC3 Units
Brenda Dunn

The Alamo - 3 views

  • By March 1839, Santa Anna was president once again, an office he held six more times before finally being driven from Mexican politics in 1854. He died in Mexico City in 1876 a pauper.
  • Gentleman on entering the Alamo will please remove their hats, and all visitors will speak in low tones, in recognition of the sacredness of this shrine.
    Questions & Answers
Brian Licata

Curriculum 21: Common Core Crosswalks - LiveBinder - 15 views

    CCSS crosswalk
Carol Mortensen

WWW.History - 75 views

    "This feature is our annotated guide to the most useful websites for teaching U.S. history and social studies. We have carefully selected and screened each website for quality and provide a paragraph annotation that summarizes the site's content, notes its strengths and weaknesses, and emphasizes its utility for teachers. Information is provided on the type of website (Archive, Electronic Essay, Gateway, Journal, Organization, Syllabi/Assignments) and the type of resource (text, images, audio, and video). Browse sites by topic and time period or look through a list of some of our favorite sites on this page. The full search feature allows you to quickly locate WWW.History resources by topic, time period, keyword, or type."
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