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History in motion

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History in Motion makes it easy to create, share, and explore animated
historical maps and scenarios.

Via Catherine Smyth, Mike Busarello's Digital Storybooks
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Catherine Smyth's curator insight, February 28, 5:34 PM

This technology is a useful tool to help primary students make connections to past events and places. Create historical scenarios, animate events and communicate using History in Motion.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Close reading strategies, rubrics, and sample assessments for history teachers

Free Technology for Teachers: Close reading strategies, rubrics, and sample assessments for history teachers | STEM Connections | Scoop.it

"The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has an excellent resource for history teachers. The UMBC Assessment Resource Center for History offers sample assessments based on readings from six eras in U.S. history ..."

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Here Is Another Terrific Interactive Timeline for History Teachers

Here Is Another Terrific Interactive Timeline for History Teachers | STEM Connections | Scoop.it

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Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century

Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century | STEM Connections | Scoop.it

Data visualization is not a new phenomenon. For centuries, artists and historians, educators and scientists have been creating illustrations to better communicate complex information.

 

From Emma Willard’s “Picture of Nations” to Dimitri Mendeleev’s Periodic Table, historical infographics continue to inspire and educate today. Here is a look at some of the most influential and beautiful infographics from the 19th century...


Via Lauren Moss, Luís António Santos
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Olivier Vandelaer's curator insight, February 8, 2013 5:28 AM

certainly Mendeleev’s Periodic Table