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Goal: Better Teaching and Learning Via Thinking Routines « A ...

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This year, my professional development goal is to incorporate the Visible Thinking Routines into my 6th grade reading class. In a year when all things are new, I want to capitalize on my experience and learning from Project ...

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Achivement goal for teacher every year has new challenges

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Creating Cultures for Thinking and Inquiry

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Creating Cultures for Thinking and inquiry via powerful routines and procedures

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Primary Sources: What Are They? | Teachinghistory.org

Primary Sources: What Are They? | Teachinghistory.org | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it

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'We hold the beachhead': Incredible D-Day pictures and stories from the Mirror ... - Mirror.co.uk

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'We hold the beachhead': Incredible D-Day pictures and stories from the Mirror archives. 6 Jun 2013 12:03.

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Compelling documentary source

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Mapping History

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Excellent resource for integration of geography and history instruction

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David McMullen's curator insight, June 6, 2013 11:33 AM

 Mapping History is essentially a digital atlas of American, European, Latin American, and African history. Each section is divided into modules based on historical themes and eras.

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National Archives-Teachers' Tool Box-Primary Source Analysis

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Guidelines and worksheets for using primary source documents, artifacts, cartoons, maps, photos, posters and sound recordings.  Excellent resources for CC!


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The History Place - Child Labor in America: Investigative Photos of Lewis Hine

The History Place - Child Labor in America: Investigative Photos of Lewis Hine | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it
Sixty-nine extraordinary photographs of children at work from 1908-12, taken by Lewis W. Hine, the investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Beareau.

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Avalon Project - 18th Century Documents : 1700 - 1799

A resource of primary source documents


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Today in History: Ellis Island | Primary Source Nexus

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Today in History–January 1–the Library of Congress features Ellis Island. On this date in 1892 a fifteen-year old Irish girl named Annie ...

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Cornell University - ILR School - The Triangle Factory Fire

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Another great resource for Triangle Shirtwaist fire. Fantastic primary sources. http://t.co/PWhBtNtVm2 #wsuchat #sschat

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Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 33 – Ginger Lewman

Teaching the Civil War Podcast Episode 33 – Ginger Lewman | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it
 
 
 
Thanks for staying subscribed to my podcast and I hope you enjoy listening. In this episode I interview Ginger Lewman and we talk about Project Based Learning and how it can engage students in “doing history”.

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Tools for Analyzing Primary Sources and Close Reading

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I love EDSITEment! If you haven't been there, you really need to head over and check it out. Joe Phelan, an educational liasion, describes EDSITEment as: the K-12 digital outreach program from the ...


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Inquiry Learning Vs. Standardized Content: Can They Coexist?

Inquiry Learning Vs. Standardized Content: Can They Coexist? | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it
Everyday there is less standardization of information, making it nearly impossible to decide what a student should know. Are sticking to content standards still appropriate? (RT @iamdavidbowles: Inquiry Learning Vs.

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Visible Thinking

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Core routines for visible thinking: http://t.co/xI4Ev9b3 (and much more) #sschat...

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Poetic Waves: Angel Island | Teachinghistory.org

Poetic Waves: Angel Island | Teachinghistory.org | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it

This small, well-designed site uses a photo tour, profiles, poetry, a timeline, and an image gallery to present the compelling story of the 175,000 Asian immigrants who entered America between 1910 and 1940 through the Angel Island immigration station in California's San Francisco Bay. Many of the immigrants were detained for up to two years at the station.


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Maree Whiteley's curator insight, May 6, 2013 2:22 PM

Empathy and Perspectives... "Poetry" allows visitors to listen to and read (in both English and Chinese) five of the many poems that Chinese immigrants carved into the walls of the station's barracks. "People" uses text and audio to tell the individual stories of five immigrants.

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Debating Problems in History


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Lindsey Hogan's curator insight, February 20, 2013 2:26 PM

This provides a great resource for teachers looking to incorporate primary sources in to the study of the United States involvement in World War II. Courtesy of UC Berkeley

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Primary Sources Meet Free Web 2.0 Tools for Common Core Learning

Primary Sources Meet Free Web 2.0 Tools for Common Core Learning | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it
Primary Source suggests three tech tools matched to three current events topics that, together, can help you teach both Common Core skills and digital literacy.

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Teacher Resources | Library of Congress

Teacher Resources | Library of Congress | Thinking and Writing Like a Historian | Scoop.it
The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching.

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Mary Reilley Clark's curator insight, January 31, 2013 3:58 PM

Search by standard and grade level, or find a resource and see what standards it works with.  Themed resources, primary source sets, lesson plans and more!  

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Smithsonian's History Explorer

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Smithsonian's History Explorer was developed by the National Museum of American History in partnership with the Verizon Foundation to offer hundreds of free, innovative online resources for teaching and learning American history.

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DBQ Lessons


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Lindsey Hogan's curator insight, February 20, 2013 2:20 PM

Great collection of primary source documents relating to the decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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Office of the Historian - Historical Documents

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If you're doing a Cold War topic don't forget about the office of the historian website for primary sources http://t.co/gAz8Ab6WZD #hiprobs

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Teaching with Short Texts: Primary Sources from the Library of Congress Say More with Less | Teaching with the Library of Congress

Sometimes one page can say more about a subject--and about the writer--than a thousand. Short texts from the Library of Congress, including letters and telegrams, can be used to help students unpack meaning and make inferences about the authors.

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Prints & Photographs Online Catalog

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The Prints and Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC) contains catalog records and digital images representing a rich cross-section of still pictures held by the Prints & Photographs ...

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Document, Picture, Video, Poster ... Analysis Worksheets

The National Archives Digital Classroom: Primary Sources, Activities and Training for Educators and Students.

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