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David Hilton

seven thirty-five a.m. - 9 views

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    I am just starting a blog as part of a reflective practice. I also want to use it to connect with people who are interested in education and interested in smart inclusion of technology into the classroom. It's brand new, but I have a post on there with examples of what we're doing at Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Flemington, NJ.
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    This is a blog by Keith Dennison, a history teacher in New Jersey. Might be useful for teaching ideas or collaboration.
David Hilton

Discussion Forum - My History Network - 13 views

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    This is the forum of the My History Network. Please join up & bring your students along. The students involved have found it beneficial to their engagement with and understandings of history.
David Hilton

Twitter - 11 views

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    This is the Twitter feed my students and I use to keep in touch. It would be exciting if some other schools got involved too...
    The students really enjoy it.
David Hilton

ABC-CLIO - Product Catalog - Product Details - 1 views

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    Has a free two-month trial and you can share access with staff and students at your school. Good quality database.
David Hilton

H-Net S Mailing List - 3 views

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    These H-Net mailing lists are a useful way of getting in touch with other humanities educators. Just subscribe & you're in!
David Hilton

Canterbury History - A networking site for History teachers - 12 views

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    A social network for history teachers on ning. The same platform that the My History Network is on, by the way... just thought I'd mention that... for interest's sake...
Deven Black

MyGreatWorld - Your spot related photo community - 7 views

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    A photo-sharing site with an emphasis on quality photography.
David Hilton

H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online - 5 views

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    A set of discussion boards on the humanities and social sciences. Has a wide variety of discussions focussing on different topics. Personally I love this new democratisation of knowledge enabled by online technologies. Very exciting!
David Hilton

National Council for the Social Studies - National Council for the Social Studies Commu... - 13 views

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    I thought I'd already saved this to the group. It's an excellent community of social studies teachers and has some really thought-provoking discussions going on. I've found the contributors there to be very smart and well-trained in history teaching (just like us!).
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

My History Network - a network of history students from around the world - 14 views

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    Here it is! If you'd like to become involved just please let me know and I'll give you teacher privileges. You can then approve your students' membership and monitor them. Any helpful feedback would be really appreciated - this is a collaborative effort and if we all feel ownership and have input it could be a great benefit to all of us. I suspect that especially our stronger students will benefit from this - those A students who need that extra stimulation can nerd it up on the network and help each other improve. Hope it works!
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    Several new members have joined in the last couple of days. I'd encourage you to get your students involved in 2010. Early results have been promising and we'd love to have you along!
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    I'm adding this again to try to drum up business; shameless promotion, I know. I'd encourage you to join up; it would be a great experience for your students. Hope to see you there...
David Hilton

History Teachers' Discussion Forum - 1 views

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    Another excellent community of history teachers. Has thousands of members.
David Hilton

Historum - History Forums - Powered by vBulletin - 0 views

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    An excellent find! Contains over 3000 members who discuss different aspects of history. You're going to get a few loonies in a group of people that size but it seems well-organised and efficiently run. Looks like there's a few battles of ideas going on there too, which is cool.
David Hilton

History Group - 0 views

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    This is a group for American History teachers which contains some study guides and also some historical documents. Might be useful as a site for sharing ideas and resources.
David Hilton

BBC - Learning - History - 0 views

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    Is based around the British curriculum, however would be useful for any high school history teacher or student.
David Hilton

Home | Scribd - 0 views

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    This site contains material uploaded by users so could often be unreliable but I've found a few gems here. It also might be a good way to share your stuff... Although if you want to get $$$ for that TeachersPayTeachers would probably be better.
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