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Lessons Online: TED-Ed

Mar 23 2012
Nominate teachers and lesson ideas to share with teachers Internet-wide. [...] »

Diana Laufenberg on the Power of Visuals

Jun 15 2011
Modern U.S. history instruction relies on reading and writing. Teacher Diana Laufenberg argues that students need more than text to engage their minds. [...] »

Diana Laufenberg on Teaching History Thematically

Apr 20 2011
Teaching chronologically is not always effective. Check out these tips to create a more unique learning experience. [...] »

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