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Powerof R10

Create a map | BatchGeo - 53 views

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    via tekzilla have locations in a spreadsheet? Well try this free and unique tool to... * Map them using Google Maps * Publish a map on your Web site * Create a store locator * Get coordinates, print maps, and more!
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    So Cool!!
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    Really cool mapping tool that will take data from a spreadsheet and let you visually analyze the data on a map.
Carol Mortensen

WWW.History - 75 views

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    "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."
Derek Allison

Teaching with Historic Places--a Program of the National Park Service - 50 views

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    Teaching history by using historic places from all 50 states of the United States. Search through lesson plans by state, location, time period and several other pre-created lesson plans.
Siri Anderson

Resource: Against All Odds: Inside Statistics - 41 views

  • phasis on “doing” statistics, this series goes on location to help uncover statistical solutions
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    26 free half hour videos on statistics
Tricia Hunt

How to Teach with Technology: Social Studies | Edutopia - 74 views

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      I find that having a "back channel" conversation during a presentation to actually do the opposite.  I am so busy commenting on what was just presented that I miss what is being talked about next.
  • "I think it's a good idea to use Skype (10) for learning about other states and countries.
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      I like the idea of Skyping with people from other countries.  I could get the kids to come up with a list of questions first.  My biggest question is HOW do I connect/find someone from another country?
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  • For more information on Lykowski's Global Explorers Project (including rubrics and other resources), go to Global Explorers (13).
  • FreePoverty is a geography game that presents you with a city or landmark. You have a short amount of time (5-10 seconds) to locate it on a map. The closer you are to the target, the more cups of water are donated to people in need around the world. (FreePoverty is seeking a nonprofit organization to work with to help turn the site's revenues into water donations.)
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