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Errin Gregory

Engaging Students in Learning History - 3 views

Vicki Davis

History Hero - 18 views

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    A website that teaches history as kids play an interactive video game. It is designed for kids as young as 4 and up to guide them through museums, churches and historical sites of significance.
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Resource: Paleontology Museum features 3-D Images of Prehistoric Fossils - 2 views

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    3D Dinosaur Skeletons
Martin Burrett

BBC - iWonder - 10 views

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    This is a superb site from the BBC with interesting questions to inspire awe and wonder. There are videos and other media which attempt to answer questions on history, science and much more.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Cross+Curricular
C CC

The First… | UKEdChat.com - Supporting the #UKEdChat Education Community - 2 views

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    A few images looking at the history of some technologies
Martin Burrett

Giza 3D - Dassault Systèmes - 2 views

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    A truly stunning 3D reconstruction and tour of the Giza pyramids, the Sphinx and other structures. Watch a guided tour around and inside the structures at various points in history. You can even view the site in full 3D. The site may take a little time to load.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History
Vicki Davis

File:Minard.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 2 views

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    Charles Minard's compelling infographic from the 1800's depicts Napolean's march and shows the number of men he had, the path they took, and the temperature on the return route in a powerful way. This is an example of infographics and how they can tell a story. If you're a history teacher you'll want to use this graphic and perhaps challenge your students to use an infographics tool to tell a story of a historical event.
Vicki Davis

Home/IWitness:Video testimonies from Holocaust survivors and witnesses - 0 views

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    Students across the country have already started working on their IWitness Challenge project sponsored by the USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education, but there's still time for youngsters in your community to enter this free online program geared to all secondary-school students.
    The deadline to enter the Challenge is Dec. 2, 2013. The winning student, along with their teacher and a family member will be brought to Los Angeles to showcase their work as part of the 20th anniversary activities for the Shoah Foundation, which was founded by director Steven Spielberg in 1994 after making "Schindler's List."
    Tthe IWitness Challenge (iwitness.usc.edu) connects students with the past in a very personal way that spurs them to take action to improve the future.
    With access to many of the Shoah Foundation's 52,000 testimonies of survivors, liberators and rescuers, students experience history in a way that hits home. Instead of reading facts from textbooks, students feel the emotions and build relationships with those who lived through seemingly impossible situations.
    But students do more than watch the testimony. The IWitness Challenge compels them to think, to make smart choices and to create their own project and video from what they've learned. By encouraging teachers and students to create their own lesson plans, IWitness allows them to expand on practically any subject they wish to pursue. From civics, government and history to poetry, art and ethics, educators can tailor lessons appropriate for their classrooms.
    And by using the embedded editor, participants not only learn valuable searching and editing skills, but also how to make ethical editing decisions that ensure their finished assignments are a fair and accurate reflection of what they've seen. All work is kept safe inside the IWitness site and not accessible to the public.
    Using IWitness is free, but teachers or homeschool parents must register at iwitness.usc.edu.
Vicki Davis

Zidbits - Learn something new every day! - 11 views

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    Cool little "tidbits" of knowledge. If you like to have neat "hooks" before your lessons each day, zidbits might have some cool things for you. "What is the hardest language to learn?" "What is the most lethal poison?" These are just a few of the cool little facts. They have history, science, health, and news featured on this site. Enjoy.
Martin Burrett

Nian-Story of A Chinese Monster 年 - YouTube - 2 views

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    A high production YouTube video of the Chinese New Year legend of Nian - the monster that returns each year unless it is scared away with fireworks and firecrackers. The CGI cartoon is in Mandarin with English subtitles.
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Mandarin+%26+Chinese+culture
Walter Antoniotti

Thoughts On Improving Education - 13 views

http://www.textbooksfree.org/Education%20Libraries.htm Thoughts welcome!

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started by Walter Antoniotti on 17 Aug 13 no follow-up yet
Walter Antoniotti

Educating the Class of 2030 - 11 views

Thirty-five years of teaching mathematics related courses like economics and statistics in HS and college plus years in continuing education administration has led to my GRAND THEORY. Suggestions n...

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started by Walter Antoniotti on 31 Jul 13 no follow-up yet
Martin Burrett

Discover the Egyptians - 10 views

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    The Egyptian section of the National Museum Scotland has a wonderful set of interactive resources and games that bring this ancient culture to life... so beware of the mummies!
    http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History
Vicki Davis

Greece Timeline | TIME For Kids - 2 views

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    Time magazine has some fascinating timelines like this one for Greece.
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