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Digital Classroom

This nifty tool is not only fun to use, but also very useful in the history classroom! Students can use this free website to constructing their own short digital movies, in doing so they will learn how to utilize primary sources and develop their historical thinking skills. FIND OUT MORE »

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Screenshot, homepage, Diigo

Bookmark, organize, annotate, and share research and resources with Diigo. [...] »

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Learn how to use blogs as communication channels and pedagogical tools. [...] »

Screenshot, homepage, VoiceThread

A multimedia collaborative tool with the American Association of School [...] »

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Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Screencap, Facebook Fan page, DeWitt APUSH Clinton, Facebook

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

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

Vietnam Political Cartoon. The My Lai Ditch Claims Another Victim

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

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Classrooms can communicate locally and globally via Skype. Why not join the [...] »

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