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Kathleen N

The History Game Canada - 0 views

    The History Game Canada is a game based on Canadian History that lets anyone play the past. Based on the award-winning, best-seller Sid Meier's Civilization III, The History Game Canada is the "What If" game of Canada... and you're the author. Will you replay our History or rewrite it? History teachers and high-school students are our primary audience, but we think we've designed a game that will appeal to all ages, all Civilization players, and anyone with a passing interest in the History of North America and particularly Canada. You'll need a copy of Civilzation III Conquests (patched to version 1.22) or a copy of Civilization III Complete. (Canada pack is free)
Shane Freeman


    "This Multidisciplinary unit enables learners and instructors to make direct connections between themselves and the history around them by tracking their family's history through time and space."
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Shane Freeman

Another Year for Thematic History - Thematic History - 39 views

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    Really impressive post on history. The history assignment help expert is impressed.
David Cosand

DigitalBookIndex: THE 1930s: Federal Writers' Project (20TH c U.S. HISTORY) (e-Book, eTexts, On Line Books, eDocuments) - 1 views

    The state guides developed by authors from the Federal Writers' Project - a WPA group that came to be during the depression - are fascinating snapshots of the country as it was in the early part of the 20th century. They contain quite a lot of history and local stories and can be a wonderful way to compare the regions with how they currently are.
Judy Robison

National History Education Clearinghouse | Home Page - 0 views

    online location for accessing high-quality resources in K-12 U.S. history education.

History Detectives . Detective Techniques . Overview | PBS - 2 views

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    A great brief on detective techniques - makes examining history a dynamic enterprise!
David Cosand

World Digital Library Home - 14 views

    A tremendous collection of primary source documents from around the world and throughout history.
Alexis Krysten

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        Tom Barretts, reflective blog on how hes been inspired to use the classic game 'Myst' in his year 5 classroom as a literacy task. Fanstatic practical guide

      Histori Rivalitas abadi Valentino Rossi dan Max Biaggi | - 0 views

      •  - Bukan hal yang rahasia lagi jika rivalitas max biaggi dan valentino rossi sering berduel dan tidak akur baik di race atau di kehiduoan
      Shane Freeman

      WWI Poetry Analysis and Creation - Thematic History - 19 views

        This activity is targeted to the critical analysis and construction of understanding of war poetry.  The tasks involve developing an understanding of the effects that warfare has on the individual soldier as a snapshot of the battle experience that most men experienced during the brutal trench war conflicts of the first world war.
      Tom McHale

      10 ways to assess learning without tests… « What Ed Said - 51 views

        The arts can be integrated across other disciplines and can add another powerful layer to learning, be it history, maths, literature or bible! (but that can be another post). For now, why not replace some traditional testing with opportunities for creative expression? I've included some such options in my list of alternative assessments.
      Judy Robison

      Understanding Slavery: - 0 views

        • Judy Robison
          great interactive resource - although most of the content is text.
        interactive website to understand the world-wide history of slavery. May not appeal to non-readers
      David Cosand

      Teaching American History in Maryland - Documents for the Classroom - Maryland State Archives - 5 views

        Runaway advertisements and Notices of Committal are some of the most rewarding sources for ascertaining the movement, motivation, and destination of enslaved persons have have taken flight. This is a collection of runaway ads placed by slave owners or their representatives in newspapers.
      Tony Searl

      Political Debate In Australia - 0 views

      • community passivity
        • Tony Searl
          bred from learning passivity
      • The largest factor in the three, I believe, is community withdrawal and disillusion.
      • Despite the exponential increases in public education and access to information in the past century, the quality of political debate appears to have become increasingly unsophisticated, appealing to the lowest common denominator of understanding
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      • In 1860 the technology was primitive but the ideas were profound and sophisticated. In 2011 technology is sophisticated but the ideas uttered by presidential aspirants are embarrassing in their banality, ignorance and naivety.
      • In 2006 I suggested that it might be time to actually define ''Education'', something omitted in the draft bill, and to explore its role in personal and community life, but this was rejected as too ambitious.
        This is by far the best-educated cohort in our history - on paper, anyway - but apparently lacking in courage, judgment, capacity to analyse or even simple curiosity, except about immediate personal needs.
      Kathleen N

      Center for History and New Media » Teaching + Learning - 0 views

        Uses "Primary Sources"--not sure if they are LOC
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