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Apostles of Growth - The Nation.

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Capitalism’s newest critics offer a groundbreaking account of slavery, but does their economic history add up?
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Teaching Context and Synthesis

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Teaching context or synthesis? Here's a short documentary on the impact of the Columbian Exchange that does a great job with both. 
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Watch Full Episodes Online of 1913: Seeds of Conflict on PBS

Watch Full Episodes Online of 1913: Seeds of Conflict on PBS | teaching global history | Scoop.it

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Watch Full Episodes Online of 1913: Seeds of Conflict on PBS

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Broken gargoyles: the disfigured soldiers of the first world war

Broken gargoyles: the disfigured soldiers of the first world war | teaching global history | Scoop.it
The amputees, the blind and the shell-shocked formed the public, stoic face of Australia’s Great War ‘sacrifice’
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Lesson One: Learning about Early Modern Era Empires | EDSITEment

Lesson One: Learning about Early Modern Era Empires | EDSITEment | teaching global history | Scoop.it
A key role of diplomats is to gather and analyze intelligence. In this lesson, students acting as diplomats, will prepare a short intelligence briefing on their assigned empire to present to the representatives of the other modern empires.
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Word and Image: Martin Luther's Reformation

Word and Image: Martin Luther's Reformation | teaching global history | Scoop.it
The inception and development of the Reformation will be illustrated in Word and Image with over eighty artworks and objects, the majority of which are from museums in Germany which have never been seen before in North America.
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Pew Research Center: Religion & Public Life

Pew Research Center: Religion & Public Life | teaching global history | Scoop.it
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World Map from Fedex

Relax, It's FedEx. FedEx. FedEx Corporation is a leading logistics services company, based in the United States. FedEx is a syllabic abbreviation of th
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First world war: 15 legacies still with us today

First world war: 15 legacies still with us today | teaching global history | Scoop.it
The great war may have been destructive, but it also generated so many startling developments  that its influence still resonates today
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Zionist Settler Colonialism | The Institute for Palestine Studies

Zionist Settler Colonialism | The Institute for Palestine Studies | teaching global history | Scoop.it
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WeAreTeachers: Sweet Summertime! 13 Tips for Affordable Teacher Vacations

WeAreTeachers: Sweet Summertime! 13 Tips for Affordable Teacher Vacations | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Summer: As a teacher, you’ve both waited for it (hello, sleeping in!) and somewhat dreaded it (it’s hard to say goodbye to your students), and in a blink of an eye you’ll be back to lesson planning, decorating your classroom and teaching once again. 
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5 Easy Steps for Setting Up Google Portfolios

5 Easy Steps for Setting Up Google Portfolios | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Digital portfolios are a cinch to create using templates from Google Sites.
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Presentation Essentials: How to Share Ideas That Inspire Action | Simon Sinek

Presentation Essentials: How to Share Ideas That Inspire Action | Simon Sinek | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Make your next presentation unforgettable — and banish fears of public speaking! Learn how to deliver an effective oral presentation with this popular clas

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Watching Simon Sinek is a must!

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Watch Full Episodes Online of Crash Course Government and Politics on PBS

Watch Full Episodes Online of Crash Course Government and Politics on PBS | teaching global history | Scoop.it

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Russia’s forgotten WWII heroes gain recognition thanks to online project

Russia’s forgotten WWII heroes gain recognition thanks to online project | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Rossiyskaya Gazeta initiative helping ancestors to uncover forgotten medals
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Lesson One: Learning about Early Modern Era Empires | EDSITEment

Lesson One: Learning about Early Modern Era Empires | EDSITEment | teaching global history | Scoop.it
A key role of diplomats is to gather and analyze intelligence. In this lesson, students acting as diplomats, will prepare a short intelligence briefing on their assigned empire to present to the representatives of the other modern empires.
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Common Core Social Studies Companion | Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution

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The Best News You Don’t Know

The Best News You Don’t Know | teaching global history | Scoop.it
I’ve covered massacres in South Sudan, concentration camps in Myanmar and widespread stunting in India, but it’s also important to acknowledge the backdrop of global progress. Otherwise, the public may perceive poverty as hopeless and see no point in carrying on the fight — at just the point when we’re making the most rapid gains ever recorded.

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The world is winning the war on extreme poverty, but most Americans think that poverty is getting worse. Doom and gloom can dominate media coverage because a horrific tragedy gets better rating than slow incremental improvements.  The general public is often ignorant of the measurable improvements going on in the world today.  No, the world isn’t perfect, but it is getting better. 

 

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This article provides a positive look at the advances made in global development measures.
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Teaching the first world war: what Europe's pupils learn about the conflict

Teaching the first world war: what Europe's pupils learn about the conflict | teaching global history | Scoop.it
From British pupils focusing on the trenches to Polish students studying the paintings of Otto Dix, history lessons on the war often seem to have little in common
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Summer was most dangerous time for Tudors, research shows

Summer was most dangerous time for Tudors, research shows | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Summer was the most dangerous time for Tudors with nearly three quarters of
all deaths happening over the season, University of Oxford research has
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Coffins float down the street as Louisiana floods uproot caskets from graveyard

Coffins float down the street as Louisiana floods uproot caskets from graveyard | teaching global history | Scoop.it
Anna Johnson, of Denham Springs, near Baton Rouge, said: "We’ve never seen anything like this - it’s worse than Hurricane Katrina"
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Grants and Contests - WeAreTeachers

Grants and contests for teachers and their students. Win cash and prizes!
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