The National Archives’ Docs Teach offers teachers opportunities to create activities that develophistorical thinking skills and get students thinking like historians. The areas include chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretation, historical research capabilities and historical issues analysis and decision making. Teachers are also led through a wizard approach to customizing activities with appropriate primary sources as they browse a library of thousands of possibilities.
Map Quest is a map-based tool for creating virtual treasure hunts. The concept is simple: you create a series of clues that your students need to follow in order to identify places around the world. You can add as few or as many clues to your Map Quest as you like. When you’re ready to have students try your Quest, just give them the web address of the challenge or have them scan the QR code assigned to your Quest.
Motivate students to participate. Improve message comprehension. Introduce technology in a fun way. Utilize Voki as an effective language tool
Lino is a free web place to share sticky notes and photos.http://en.linoit.com
Find web tools that will help teachers and students connect, collaborate and create. When you choose a topic, you will be taken to a login page. Click “login as guest” to proceed. Icons accompany each tool that offer additional understanding for each tool. The "i" gives more information about how to use the tool, the "@ " gives activities that can be done using the tool and the video icon includes a video that teaches more about the tool.http://www.hccweb2.org/web2/
Tutorials and exercises on recognizing the kinds and quality of web information.
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Kidblog.org is built by teachers, for teachers, so students can get the most out of the blogging process.
Kidblog meets the need for a safe and simple blogging platform suitable for elementary and middle school students. Most importantly, Kidblog allows teachers to monitor and control all publishing activity within the classroom blogging community.http://kidblog.org/about.php