Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
From ThingLink to georeferenced maps, learn about online tools that can help you and your students annotate and enhance primary sources to create new and powerful learning experiences.
Learn how one district raised engagement and rigor by teaching DBQs using a flexible online platform. Interact with the resource, and explore its application within the classroom.
Have you struggled to integrate social studies and literacy in powerful ways? Design units using the C3 Framework? Learn about a tool to support both endeavors.
Looking for an engaging way to challenge students' information skills, critical thinking, and collaboration? BREAK OUT! Experience an example BreakoutEDU, learn how to create an engaging experience, and have fun!
Develop empathy and critical thinking while expanding horizons with Google Arts & Culture and GSuite! Participants will virtually experience museums and world wonders through scavenger hunts, exhibit building, and games.
Explore world history through digital resources and interactive tools in the Smithsonian Learning Lab. Learn strategies for object-based learning, discover Terracotta Army resources, and create unique activities for your classroom.
Touching Home in China combines transmedia storytelling with open source curriculum to spark digital natives' curiosity and ignite interactivity for deep cross-cultural learning about modern-day China.
Discover key technology resources that can be implemented to enhance student engagement, effectively assess students, improve writing skills, and make learning fun. Showcasing Dotstorming, Nearpod, Quizlet, and more!
Analyzing documents is not just for AP. All students should practice reading and interpreting key passages to answer case-study questions in content-focused activities. Check out these no-cost online document-analysis resources.
Interactive notebooks have been a pillar of many teachers' instruction. As schools go digital, they could be left behind. Learn how to create digital notebooks using Google Slides.