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Monday, September 19

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Wednesday, October 13

  1. page Seminar Documents edited Fall Seminar Documents 1920s U. S. RR Admininstration Memo 1920s Dear Mrs. Willebrandt Letter …

    Fall Seminar Documents
    1920s U. S. RR Admininstration Memo
    1920s Dear Mrs. Willebrandt Letter
    1920s KKK Flyer
    1920s Dear President Coolidge Letter
    1920s Survey of Pathfinders of America
    1920s Dear President Harding Letter
    1920s Hegeman Co. Ad
    1920s Women of the KKK Letter
    1920s Loggia Beatrice Letter
    1920s Girl, Boy, Car, Bottle
    1920s Chicago Tribune

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    Fall Seminar Documents

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Wednesday, October 6

  1. page Online Resources edited Online Magazines Issue 25 September 2010 of History Now from the Gilder Lehrman Institute is fo…

    Online Magazines
    Issue 25 September 2010 of History Now from the Gilder Lehrman Institute is focused on "Three Worlds Meet: Europe, Africa and the Americas" with some interesting materials, lessons and resources for early American history.

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Thursday, April 29

  1. page What is Historical Thinking? edited This video can also be found on http://teachinghistory.org/ if your school has blocked it out. I…

    This video can also be found on http://teachinghistory.org/ if your school has blocked it out. It is the first video, What is Historical Thinking,
    How important are the five aspects of historical thinking? Would you leave any out? If you were strapped for time, which one would be the most important to include? Is this approach worth the time, and can it fit into your curriculum? If we follow this approach, are we working harder or working smarter?
    Use the discussion tab to share your comments, questions, or concerns.
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Wednesday, April 28

  1. page Google Earth edited ... Google Earth is a sophisticated imaging tool that can be used quite powerfully when teaching A…
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    Google Earth is a sophisticated imaging tool that can be used quite powerfully when teaching American history. The visual perspective can illuminate a viewpoint not easy to convey through words. Please use this space to share your ideas and techniques.
    Pam's Tips:
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    shared visually can be intimidating so you
    I usually leave on Borders and Labels under the Primary Database and Terrain (at bottom). I prefer to keep the Gallery unchecked and then click on the specific layers I wish to view. Some layers are like a wiki in that you can add your own photos (Panoramio) so they maybe unreliable. Museums and businesses add theirs to Places of Interests.
    You can always turn different Layers on or off as you work.
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