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David Hilton

Curriculum | Stanford History Education Group - 12 views

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    Inquiry-based (the buzzword that just grows and GROWS!) lessons using primary sources on American history. It's got everything to be a winner.
David Hilton

Dan Carlin - Common Sense Archive - 3 views

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    A fascinating discussion on the current Texas history textbook controversy. Dan makes some awesome points. If you like it I recommend to you his podcast Hardcore History. Very useful with students.
David Hilton

Podcasts from the University of Oxford - 5 views

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    Comprehensive feeds of the lectures put online by Oxford University. Useful for senior students for homework activities or research.
Mitch Weisburgh

America in the 20th Century - History's most popular video series - 16 views

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    videos about the US during the 20th Century
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    That's fantastic. Thanks.
Joyce Valenza

TPS Quarterly - Spring 2010, Teaching with Primary Sources (Library of Congress) - 9 views

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    This Issue's Theme: Making Primary Sources More Accessible to All Students
    This issue explores how teachers can use instructional strategies and other supports to facilitate the primary source-based learning of students with disabilities.
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    A useful quarterly guide to using primary sources in the classroom with children of all ages.
Mitch Weisburgh

Arrowhead Elementary School | Library - 3 views

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    website that features histories, links, and pictures of the different explorers
David Hilton

South Carolina Digital Library | South Carolina's Central Resource for Digital Collections - 2 views

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    An interesting collection of primary sources on South Carolina. Seems to have quite a few maps and posters and other images.
David Hilton

Talking History - 11 views

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    "Over the past several years, History Matters has organized twenty-five online dialogues with leading historians and teachers about the the teaching of major topics in U.S. history--from early settlement to the Vietnam War. Those discussions are archived here and contain many useful teaching suggestions"
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    There are a couple of pages on this site which might be useful for history teachers in challenging us to reflect on our practice. I don't know about you, but too often I get so caught up in the bureaucratic paperwork and day-to-day of teaching I forget to reflect on the big picture of what teaching history is all about...
Mitch Weisburgh

the applied history of art and architecture - 3 views

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    An excellent example of using online technologies with classes from a teacher in Hawaii.
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    I need to hear from those of you who have gone to the website and would be willing to write me a short note so that I can include that in the grant proposal that I am writing. I need to have evidence that the site is being used in schools around the world.

    Thank you very much.
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    mini lessons you can use
David Hilton

Brown v. Board of Education Online Archive - 1 views

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    Covers Supreme Court cases, busing and school integration, school integration in Ann Arbor and resegragation in American schools.
Nate Merrill

Teaching American History - 1 views

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    Has a vast collection of documents and images on American history.
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    A leading online resource for American History teachers & students
David Hilton

Google Book Search - 0 views

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    I know, it's only Google Books but it's so good for student research I thought I'd chuck it in. If you tell your students to use the 'Ctrl+F' function to search for keywords it can make their research much faster.
John Dalesio

History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web - 0 views

shared by John Dalesio on 30 Jun 09 - Cached
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    Extensive site for United States history.
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    Excellent site for US History primary sources
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