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Photography, i>clickers, 4 June 2010, Mathieu Plourde, Flickr CC

Check out this tech-based alternative to counting raised hands. [...] »

screenshot of a Napoleon Popplet

Brainstorm and organize ideas with this easy-to-use visual tool. [...] »

screenshot from a Pixton cartoon

Maximize student creativity with these tools that let students create their own cartoons. [...] »

sample of a US revolution Glog

Glogster—a "posterboard" creator for the digital media age. [...] »

sample of a survey

Digitize class surveys and poll student knowledge with this tool. [...] »

screenshot from a Vimeo video

YouTube blocked at your school? Video uploading site Vimeo is here for you. [...] »

Screenshot, Do I Have a Right?

Drill students on the constitutional amendments with this engaging game. [...] »

Photo, Newspaper Front Pages, Nov. 7, 2008, Travel Aficionado, Flickr

Do more than read the news—assess it, with the help of NewsTrust's community and reviewing tools. [...] »

screen shot from the Teachinghistory.org channel on YouTube

YouTube is an invaluable resource—just make sure to use it properly! [...] »

screenshot of a US Presidents Google Earth project

Bring geography into the history classroom with resources from Google Earth. [...] »

 
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