The History Lab
In my last post, I shared that one of my goals this year is to help my students become more active participants and contributors in my classroom. And while I have several ideas of my own about how to make this happen (Class Notebook, Delicious), I have also spent a great deal of time searching for what others are doing. So I started bookmarking websites only to decide that there has to be a better way.
What I really want is a database that includes all of these great ideas in one place. One that I can search for inspiration or use to share and collaborate with other social studies teachers. And since I couldn’t find such a site (at least not one organized in quite the way I envision it), I decided to create one, the History Lab.
My hope is that social studies teachers can use the site as a resource for project ideas. At the very least, it will grow into the database I was hoping to find as I add more of my finds in the coming weeks.
Find Me Online
- RT @bcpsky: BCPS Graduation is on May 27th at Broadbent Arena. East at 11:00, North at 2:00, Central at 5:00. KD 10 hours ago
- RT @shareski: When gov'ts see education largely as an expense rather than an investment the impact on society as a whole is negative #skpoli 5 days ago
- I need to hang this on the wall in my office. All too often I need to get out of my own way & try something new. In… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 1 week ago
- No words. Except this is why we study history. #politicalechoes twitter.com/govmikehuckabe… 1 week ago
- My Tournament Bracket...US History 1492-1877. app.box.com/s/95sqbtp32aqg… #sschat #apushchat 2 weeks ago
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