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Jonathan Boyd

Portal Historyczny: Who writes a history and for whom? A public discussion with Norman ... - 4 views

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    Two prominent historians, Norman Davies and Timothy Snyder, were hosted at the Batory Foundation in Warsaw on Thursday, 28 November. The discussion was moderated by Aleksander Smolar, director of the Foundation's board. The full house included prominent historians, directors of institutions and programmes in Warsaw, Toruń and Radom, researchers including Jan Kieniewicz, the University of Warsaw historian and author of books on Europe and Asia, and members of the press.
David Hilton

QHTA Discussion Group - 2 views

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    This group would be useful for QLD or perhaps Australian history teachers. It's a discussion group set up by Sue Burvill-Shaw of the QHTA.
Daniel Ballantyne

Is there a Place for Smartphones as Mobile Learning Devices in Schools? « Rli... - 9 views

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    Summary of a twitter EdChat (Aug 2010) on the use of mobile devices in the classroom
Justen Eason

The French Revolution: "Those who have and those who have not" - 3 views

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    meant for a 5th grade room, but the simulation and use of Tale of Two cities could be adapted for an older classroom...
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    French Revolution Lesson Plan: "Those who have and those who have not"
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...
Daniel Bernsen

CITE Journal - Social Studies - 5 views

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    Article
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.
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