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Printable Graphic Organizers for Teachers, Grades K-12 - TeacherVision.com

Printable Graphic Organizers for Teachers, Grades K-12 - TeacherVision.com | Technology in Social Studies Education | Scoop.it
This collection of ready-to-use graphic will help children to ideas and communicate more effectively. All of our printable graphic are designed to facilitate understanding of key concepts by allowing to graphically identify key points and ideas.

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The History 2.0 Classroom

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This is Greg Kulowiec's website.  He's a social studies teacher in Mass.  He is also an awesome contributor to #sschat on twitter.  He does tons of PD work especially about using iPads (meanginfully!) in the social studies classroom.

 

He has lots about using GoogleDocs and using GoogleApps in the classroom as well.


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Nick Urban's curator insight, July 16, 2015 2:51 PM

Adding to our digital community, this article provides multiple resources to create a digital classroom using multiple 2.0 technology resources. It provides not only ways to digitize your classroom for the teacher, but also technologies for students to incorporate in their learning. Greg provides a great resource that should be a read for all technology based teachers or teachers looking to begin that transition.

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Google Cultural Institute - Virtual Museums and Field Trips

Google Cultural Institute - Virtual Museums and Field Trips | Technology in Social Studies Education | Scoop.it

This is a project from google that allows users to view tons of cultural exhibits.  A lot of them are associated with famous museums.  They also have tools that explain to students how to navigate the site.  The resources definitely bridge into many different types of media and across many disciplines.


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101 Super Sites for Social Studies Teachers

101 Super Sites for Social Studies Teachers | Technology in Social Studies Education | Scoop.it
A list of the top 101 websites for social studies, U.S. history, world history, government, economics and civics teachers.

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Mohamed Cherif's curator insight, July 30, 2013 10:42 AM

Amazing

 

Mohamed Cherif's curator insight, July 30, 2013 10:59 AM

A wonderful source of different materials that, you teacher, will certainly enjoy and then introduce your students to a variety of activities...

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Amazing
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History & Social Studies | EDSITEment - Lesson Plans Browser

History & Social Studies | EDSITEment - Lesson Plans Browser | Technology in Social Studies Education | Scoop.it

The lesson plans are awesome and they go through a rigorous review process.

 

I met the guy that heads it at NCSS in the exhibit hall space.  They also have a great twitter account that posts most of the updates.

 

If you don't want lessons, I recommend it for the open use primary sources that are attached.


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ETT - The Center for Teaching History with Technology

Teaching History with Technology is an EdTechTeacher resource created for K-12 history and social studies teachers to incorporate technology into their courses.

 

They have lots about specific websites for finding digital content but also how to create meaningful digital activities.  Much of this would compliment well with some of the assessments and grouping strategies talked about in methods.


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