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Gettysburg Virtual Tour

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Designed for visitors to Gettysburg, the Gettysburg Battle app can be used as a virtual tour of the Civil War battlefield. It includes video, audio, and an abundance of information on notable sites...
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Mrs. P's Ed Tech Talk: Science + Social Studies = Tons of Fun!

Mrs. P's Ed Tech Talk: Science + Social Studies = Tons of Fun! | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
With the focus in today's society being placed heavily on Math and Reading, sometimes it's hard to fit in all that is needed for Science & Social Studies. I personally am a fan of both subjects. When I taught in a 5th grade ...
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UClass | The Global Social Learning Network

UClass | The Global Social Learning Network | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
UClass connects K-12 classrooms around the world. Students and teachers engage in collaborative projects, pen pal messaging and current event feeds within a safe community of united classrooms.
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(Infographic) Summary from Latest Surveys about #EdTech in K-12 ...

(Infographic) Summary from Latest Surveys about #EdTech in K-12 ... | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
glogster EDU, Web2.0 tool, edtech. Promo code: 5GG1F1 (5% discount on Glogster EDU ... (Infographic) Summary from Latest Surveys about #EdTech in K-12 Classrooms. By Classroom Aid • April 24, 2013. educational ...
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Magical thinking about technology in education - Washington Post (blog)

Magical thinking about technology in education - Washington Post (blog) | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
Magical thinking about technology in education
Washington Post (blog)
Here's a caution post from Larry Cuban, a high school social studies teacher for 14 years, a district superintendent (seven years in Arlington, Va.) ...
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Obstacles to Integrating Technology into the Social Studies Curriculum

Obstacles to Integrating Technology into the Social Studies Curriculum | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
Sean Kass, in his EDTECH Blog from April 2013 makes a valid point that the focus on STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) has altered the funding field with a laser beam focus on STEM subjects to ...
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16 Excellent iPad Apps for Social Studies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

16 Excellent iPad Apps for Social Studies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
RT @PearsonSStudies: RT @katrinastevens1: 16 Excellent #iPad Apps for Social Studies http://t.co/9Fps9djP #edtech #edchat #sschat #socialstudies
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Keehn on Ed Tech: Defining Globalization

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Keehn on Ed Tech ... I teach 6-12 Social Studies and 6-8 technology to a great group of kids. I have a MA in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis on technology. Outside the classroom, I am married with 2 kids and enjoy ...
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Research in Educational Technology | Douglas Larson: EDTECH ...

Research in Educational Technology | Douglas Larson: EDTECH ... | Smith Research Sources | Scoop.it
Douglas Larson: EDTECH Learning Log… A Work In ... Your research topic is very interesting to me as I also struggle with how to incorporate technology into my Middle School Social Studies class and stay student centered.
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1st Grade Geography Lesson with Google Earth

Lesson Objective: Students will be able to compare the size of different geographical locations (ex. continent, country, state/province, city, etc.) with a 3...
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