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Digital Classroom

In order to understand history, it is first essential to grasp the importance of historical narratives. This collaborative, online charting tool will enable your students to create diagrams and flowcharts that represent the stories that compose history. FIND OUT MORE »

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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. [...] »

example of a presentation using Prezi

Open up a new world between whiteboards and slides with this presentation tool. [...] »

RSS Feed Icons, "RSS Button Variations," Pinkzap.com

Keep up with your favorite places on the Web with Really Simple Syndication ( [...] »

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Video still, Project 2, The History 2.0 Classroom, creative commons

Remember Choose Your Own Adventure stories? Borrow the idea for video projects! [...] »

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! [...] »

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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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