This lesson plan from the New York Times Learning site lists 10 innovative ways to teach geography. From creative Bingo boards (that require student research to cover the square) to student as travel writers, there are many ways to use the NYT resources in your classroom. You can help make the principles of geography alive [...]
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No, not in eighty days, but in 424 days! That’s the plan of Trekking the Planet. Their mission is to “is to bring geography to life and instill a greater curiosity about the world – its people, culture and our fragile planet – in as many young people as possible.” You can sign up to [...]
May 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Social Studies
If your students are learning European geography or politics, you might want to visit Toporopa. You will find a series of matching games (from rivers, to volcanoes, monarchies, and flags.) This would work well on a SMARTBoard are as a station. (From Free Technologies for Teachers)