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Jeremy Greene

World War One links - 1 views

https://delicious.com/worldhistoryteacher/tag_bundle/World%20War%20One I have been collecting WWI links as they come out. Here is my collection on Delicious.

WWI World War One

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Nate Merrill

PBS War resources - 4 views

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    Classroom Resources PBS Learning Media American Experience videos information
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    A collection of War on Terror materials may be of interest.
    http://textbooksfree.org/The%20War%20On%20Terror%20Who%20Are%20We%20Fighting.htm
HistoryGrl14 .

Cities_Structure - 7 views

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    This site has great info, descriptions, etc of city models that AP Human Geography uses
chakri_seo

Video Conferencing Solutions - For E-learning - 0 views

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    PeopleLink offers a unique solution for this vertical capable of delivering best in Class Video experience, flexible scalability, and a comprehensive set of data collaboration tools which make learning extremely effective & efficient.
Bob Maloy

World War I Document Archive - 10 views

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    Documents and images from pre-1914 to the post-war era.
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    Documents and images from pre-1914 to the post-war era.
Ian Gabrielson

Searching for China: a Full WebQuest - 14 views

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    "
    China is a majestic* country (note: links followed by * go to a dictionary definition) with a long and interesting history. If, like most people in the Occidental* world, you've never been to this fascinating land, you might want to take a brief tour. Go ahead and walk a few kilometers of The Great Wall or step foot into The Forbidden City or voyage to the Yellow Mountains.

    But beyond these tourist stops lives another, more complex, China. Currently, the people of China are experiencing great economic and social upheavals*. Such things as the situation in Tibet, Tiananmen Square massacre, and a scandal about treatment of orphans have brought some people to call for boycotts against China.

    Being faced with the task of understanding something as complex as a nation, you might want to give up. Sometimes in life you have that choice. But to give up trying to understand the China would mean giving up chances to benefit financially, to help people, to save some of the world's natural and artistic treasures, to protect the safety and security of millions of people, or to enlighten people's lives with greater religious insight. You see, you can't give up. So, if you're ready to begin, you might want to read a Travel Advisory before embarking* on our journey."
Ian Gabrielson

Fairbank Chinese History Library: Rob Gray - 4 views

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    Ming, Qing, Modern Chinese History
Ian Gabrielson

China - 4 views

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    Great Resource for finding excellent sites on China
HistoryGrl14 .

Future Problem Solving Program International - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 5 views

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    These could be great to use as class discussion topics/starters.
    Or in some project based way in your class
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    Would a topic like meeting the educational needs of students
    with different abilities be a useful topic?
HistoryGrl14 .

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system - 16 views

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    Best.Thing.EVER.
    My kids go NUTS over this (AP and honors students)! Create your own or search the public Kahoots....
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