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Jennifer Dorman

Smithsonian's History Explorer - 0 views

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    Your gateway to innovative, standards-based online resources for teaching and learning American history, designed and developed by the National Museum of American History as part of Verizon's thinkfinity.org consortium. Explore the rich resources of the Museum and bring history to life with artifacts, primary sources, and online tools for the classroom, afterschool programs, and home.
Dean Mantz

The American Image - The Photographs of John Collier Jr. - 0 views

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    Create your own WW II propaganda film.
Dean Mantz

NMAH | Artificial Anatomy | Body Parts - 20 views

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    Interactive anatomy of human body via Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Dean Mantz

American Origins, 1600-1900 - 14 views

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    This interactive site provides you resources covering people and events in American History from 1600-1900.
Dean Mantz

What Happened On 9-11 (for Kids) - 19 views

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    Multiple resources of kids to learn about 9-11-2001
Dean Mantz

Seven Civil War stories your teacher never told you - CNN.com - 1 views

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    Interesting information that is lesser known from the US CIvil War.
Fred Delventhal

History Happens - Home - 23 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.
Dean Mantz

http://contextu.com/#/ - 7 views

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    Here is a description of Contextu via Richard Byrne's Free Technology For Teachers posting: Ken Halla, the blogger behind the US History Teachers Blog, has been working on an excellent new site for students of US History. The new site is called ContextU and its purpose is to help students see the greater context for significant events in history. The first iteration of ContextU is focused on the American Civil War. On ContextU students select from a table of contents an event, piece of legislation, or theme to see it in the context of other events, pieces of legislation, and themes leading to the start of the Civil War. Through timelines, Google Maps, diagrams, flow charts, timelines, and text ContextU provides context for each chosen event, piece of legislation, or theme. Students can jump from event to event or from theme to theme by following the hyperlinks within each diagram.
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