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National History Day

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History education is important. National History Day engages people in history by providing quality materials for history and social studies educators and sponsoring challenging contests that teach students critical skills for the 21st century. With the help of sponsors like The History Channel, National History Day improves education EVERY day.

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S. Morgan MacDonald, MLIS's curator insight, July 24, 2014 5:55 PM

Project-based contest is for grade 6 and above. Project can be used to meet Washington State Classroom-Based Assessment (CBA) requirement.

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Ushering in the digital classroom - Charlotte Observer

Ushering in the digital classroom - Charlotte Observer | Social Studies higher level questioning | Scoop.it
Ushering in the digital classroom Charlotte Observer Teachers from across the country participate in a classroom session about how to plan a lesson based on the seven levels of Bloom's taxonomy at the Mooresville Graded School District's 5th annual...
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