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Digital Classroom

Nowadays, even elementary students are very technology savvy. Why not utilize and enhance this knowledge by incorporating the latest technologies into your lesson plans? Watch this video from the Auburn Early Education Center and discover how! FIND OUT MORE »

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Turn a classic classroom nuisance to positive use with these strategies. [...] »

snapshot of a dipity project on American popular culture, comic books

Create interactive reconstructions of history with this timeline builder. [...] »

sample screen shot of a map of the US eastern seaboard

Discover a whole new world of mapping and geography with Google Maps! [...] »

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Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Vietnam Political Cartoon. The My Lai Ditch Claims Another Victim

High school teacher Joe Jelen introduces the primary source analysis strategy " [...] »

Keep young students focused during field trips—use cameras! [...] »

Screencapture, The Twitter Experiment - Twistory in the Classroom

Professor Dr. Monica Rankin uses Twitter to make student participation easier [...] »

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Photo, Hollem Howard, 1944, Women are contributing their skills to the, LoC.

Immerse your students in World War II battles, veterans, and services for [...] »

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