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Digital Classroom

In order to understand history, it is first essential to grasp the importance of historical narratives. This collaborative, online charting tool will enable your students to create diagrams and flowcharts that represent the stories that compose history. FIND OUT MORE »

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Check out this tech-based alternative to counting raised hands. [...] »

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Create interactive reconstructions of history with this timeline builder. [...] »

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Teach in a virtual classroom? Try this collaborative online whiteboard tool. [...] »

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

Keep young students focused during field trips—use cameras! [...] »

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Students are never too young for digital tools—watch first graders use [...] »

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Classrooms can communicate locally and globally via Skype. Why not join the [...] »

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