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Digital Classroom

This nifty tool is not only fun to use, but also very useful in the history classroom! Students can use this free website to constructing their own short digital movies, in doing so they will learn how to utilize primary sources and develop their historical thinking skills. FIND OUT MORE »

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Digital classroom tools

sample picture from Flickr collection

Use pictures to teach and learn history—and explore copyright issues. [...] »

screencap, WhatWasThere street view, 16 December, Whatwasthere.com

Put the past next to the present with this photo-sharing and mapping tool. [...] »

skype, cassedy elementary class

Bring experts into the classroom or meet students from around the globe with [...] »

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Beyond the Chalkboard

Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Students in Kristina Frank of Eagle Ridge Middle School's class script and film [...] »

Screencapture, Digital Storytelling in the Classroom, January 25, 2010

See how one 8th-grade teacher introduced herself to digital storytelling with [...] »

Screencapture, The Twitter Experiment - Twistory in the Classroom

Professor Dr. Monica Rankin uses Twitter to make student participation easier [...] »

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