Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
GIS is changing how we view historical events, and it can change how your students explore and understand history in your classroom.
Encouraging your students to think like a historian? Striving to incorporate more technology? Still figuring out how these skills mesh together? Explore explicit strategies that support a seamless integration!
Learn ways to integrate social studies and technology through an interactive inquiry. Participants will create a social studies road trip of the region where they are located.
Learn how a digital photo collage project engaged elementary students in learning about abstract social studies concepts.
Learn how to have your students dive into history through creating videos. See how incredibly powerful and easy it is now to shift the focus of instruction to the students.
App-smash to create truly remarkable content on an iPad with a versatile app toolkit perfect for middle school classrooms.
Attendees will learn strategies for integrating audio into the classroom with particular focus on creating podcasts and other audio by teachers and students to develop speaking and listening skills.
Learn how students can use the content from electronic newspaper databases to help them draft more authentic historical fiction assignments like journals or letters.
This study investigates how secondary social studies pre-service teachers use historical inquiry, teaching methods, and pedagogical beliefs to meet college and career readiness standards with digital resources.
Discover the process by which interactive data visualizations and maps are composed with Tableau software using geocodes and published data sets.