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Digital Classroom

Does something this much fun belong in the classroom? Wordle, a free, online tool, is definitely fun to play with, but it's also a learning tool for visualizing and analyzing text. And it's adaptable to learning objectives for all elementary school grades. FIND OUT MORE »

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sample picture from Flickr collection

Use pictures to teach and learn history—and explore copyright issues. [...] »

skype, cassedy elementary class

Bring experts into the classroom or meet students from around the globe with [...] »

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Find primary sources and the tools to present them to students—in one [...] »

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Beyond the Chalkboard

Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Screencapture, Google Docs account, Google

What exactly is Google Docs and how can you use it to encourage collaboration? [...] »

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

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

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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Google is great, but not always applicable to the history classroom. Discover a [...] »

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