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Digital Classroom

Looking for a way to encourage your young learners to understand connection and change between the past and the present? Check the website WhatWasThere, a fascinating place that will enable your students to travel backwards through time to explore what places look like today with what they looked like in the past. FIND OUT MORE »

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Digital classroom tools

Screenshot, home page, Web Poster Wizard

Create a lesson, worksheet, or class page, and publish it online right away. [...] »

screenshot from a website powered by Omeka and created individually

Ready to curate an online exhibit, put together a portfolio, or create a course [...] »

snapshot of a ZooBurst project in the site's gallery page

Students of all ages can create their own virtual pop-up books with ZooBurst. [...] »

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Beyond the Chalkboard

Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

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

Screencap, Facebook Fan page, DeWitt APUSH Clinton, Facebook

Students interact with history by creating Facebook fan pages for historical [...] »

Screencapture, Five-Year-Olds Pilot Their Own Project Learning, May 9, 2007

Watch kindergarten classes engage in project-based learning using new [...] »

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