Engage your learners with newspapers from around the world. These can be read in the host country language or translated to English. Compare perspectives on world events.
Posted by HeidiHayesJacobs, last updated on September 14, 2012
Mission US is a multimedia project that immerses players in U.S. history content through free interactive games. The games are free and are funded through the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Posted by HeidiHayesJacobs, last updated on September 3, 2012
Interactive "history" of the electoral college that will engage students in both individual states and national trends right now and in past elections. Statistics and probabilities can be tracked. DYNAMITE site for history, government and math teachers!
Posted by SCummings, last updated on May 17, 2012
Global library of primary resources.
Posted by bsheskey, last updated on February 20, 2012
A cross-curricular vocabulary program that teaches academic and domain-specific words through movies and instructional quizzes. Passages increase in complexity. Data is simple.
Posted by Annabelle, last updated on November 17, 2011
Great tool for having your students create timelines from history, biographies, and personal events while importing images and text!
Posted by HeidiHayesJacobs, last updated on November 17, 2011
Fantastic opportunity for students to replace old-style reports with CUBES/BOXES where they can import writing (docs), images, video clips to create a display.
Posted by HeidiHayesJacobs, last updated on November 15, 2011
From Silvia: This site is divided into three sections: Activities, Documents, and Accounts. * Find and use Activities created by other educators. * Create your own Activities
Posted by Heidi, last updated on February 12, 2011
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