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A Digital History Teacher's Toolkit: for VA Dept of Ed

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by Jennifer Rosenfeld on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of A Digital History Teacher's Toolkit: for VA Dept of Ed

What People are Saying About Explore History Content Website Reviews Search over 1100 History in Multimedia Zotero Omeka History Matters Online Tools Websites 911 Archive World History Matters Children and Youth in History Best Practices Teaching Materials Digital Classroom “Bookmark it now, because there is so much content here, you’ll never see it all in one visit.”–ClickSchooling, Jan. 13, 2011 Historical Thinking "I would recommend this site for other teachers/parents who are wanting to educate their students on history, this is the one-stop place for them. Everything that you are looking for is at and you will not have to look elsewhere."--Elementary School Teacher (TN) Who are we? Ask a... Historian, Master Teacher, Digital Historian Quizzes Outreach Page Spotlight Pages Search for quality historical resources such as website reviews, primary source materials and multimedia presentations. Search by keyword, topic, tme period or type of resource "At a Glance" tells you quickly what the site is about & who created it. The review tells you what is most useful on the site from a teacher's perspective. Find free video and audio to enhance a lesson

Searchable by keyword, topic, time period or type of resource Content pages for a specific holiday or historic event View past newsletters

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Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, RSS Feed Find free digital tools and strategies for using them effectively in the history classroom Beyond the Chalkboard Tech for Teachers Examples of Historical Thinking Ready-made examples & video of source analysis and historical thinking Way to bring an expert into the classroom Strategies for:

modeling historical thinking

analyzing primary sources

promoting historical inquiry Lesson Plan Reviews Teaching Guides Provide tools for evaluating lessons plans, as well as teaching guides searchable by keyword or grade level Searchable by keyword, topic, and time period

Designed for teachers, but some high school teachers use as intro or concluding activity

Multiple choice and drag and drop formats
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John Adams: Great or Not?
Copyright in the Classroom
What to do when online video access is blocked at school Jennifer Rosenfeld
Associate Director of Educational Projects

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