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  • on Jul 12, 2010
    Great Interactive Map ReviewThis site asks you a world history question and then the student has to answer it by finding the place on the map. Incredible! It also is timed so the student has to really know their stuff.
  • on Jul 3, 2010
    Tiny Url For E-Mail To TextIf you ever have a long url and want to shorten it (say for a text), you can go here and it will be done for you. So what would you use this for? Well most of my students do not like e-mail. If you go here I have links f...
  • on Jun 23, 2010
    Great Tech ResourcesThe booklet above is a short list (Google, Wikispaces, Skype, Titan Pad, Wordle, Blogger and more) and descriptions of items you can find on the Internet. I found it here. You can see a much longer list on my Twitter feed of "ken...
  • on Jun 23, 2010
    Chinese Dynasty SongWith the Chinese dynasty names often hard to remember for our students, one of the sure fire methods is to teach them the song above.
  • on Jun 15, 2010
    School's Out For Summer - But Not Here!Believe it or not, my students are STILL in school until June 24th, but since I teach summer school, I plan on continuing to post blog entries all summer.
  • on Jun 14, 2010
    Anne Frank House OnlineHere is a site where you can take a virtual tour of Anne Frank's House. You can also see some short movies about what life was like for Anne Frank as well as find out about the people who were living with and near her. As wit...
  • on Jun 11, 2010
    US Navy Footage, 1915If you want to talk about Roosevelt in 1907, you could use this footage, taken a few years later in 1915, to highlight the strength of the navy. This footage is clear and extremely interesting and is nicely broken up into segmen...
  • on Jun 11, 2010
    Finding People on TwitterI just got back from my grading for the AP exam where I spent some time trying to explain why I like Twitter so much. If you have never used it and want to find hundreds of resources, then watch the video above which explain...
  • on Jun 8, 2010
    This past semester I used Edmodo in my AP class, and I thought it would be a great time to post about it on this blog since we are winding down/finshed with the semester and we now have time to explore ways to enhance our curriculum. Here is essentia...
  • on Jun 5, 2010
    More Ancient HistoryI just received an e-mail which told me about this page which looks at ancient history across the world. In fact I am going to be teaching a world history to the Renaissance next year and this site will give me lots of good histor...
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