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 [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Social Studies'
January 23rd, 2013 · No Comments · Content - Social Studies
January 11th, 2013 · No Comments · Content - Social Studies, iPad
These online posters were created in Brad Alexander’s class using the Pic Collage app and the iPads. While it is similar to edu.glogster, these can be made in only one class period and then exported to the camera roll. Special thanks to Katie Llera for sharing.
January 6th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Content - Social Studies, iPad, iPad/ iPod
Mrs. Monahan’s class created iMovies to share their American Revolution War videos. These were completed in only two class periods. Tales from a revolution from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. American Revolution from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. American Revolution Part 1 from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. American REvolution (2) from [...]
January 2nd, 2013 · 5 Comments · Content - Social Studies, iPad, Video/movies
Karl Boehringer’s middle school history students demonstrate their understanding of the American Revolution in these iMovie trailers. Students worked in groups and developed a storyboard prior to working with the iPads. Below are a few samples. Boston Massacre from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. The Boston Massacre from Barbara De Santis on Vimeo. The [...]