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 @MerriamWebster: Happy Presidents' Day! 👆That's where the apostrophe goes. #PresidentsDay 1 day ago
- RT @Kasparov63: "There is no weapon or wall that is more powerful for American security than America being envied, imitated and admired aro… 2 days ago
- RT @TodaysDocument: Exec. Order 9066 issued by FDR 75 years ago #TDiH 1942, leading to the internment of persons of Japanese Ancestry https… 2 days ago
- RT @kennycmckee: If you are a history teacher and haven't brought @SHEG_Stanford into your life yet, today is the day. https://t.co/zCeFxgT… 5 days ago
- RT @reneeelisegolds: Just arriving at the @SuperBowl! Join us tonite for the #Kickoff!! @Phillipasoo @JasCephasJones #SCHUYLERSISTERS! #SB… 2 weeks ago
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