Monthly Archives: February 2016

Bloggers Delight

Since I began this blog about integrating technology into the history classroom back in January, I have acquired a new-found respect for those who put themselves out there in the “blogosphere.” In the past I had used blogs to provide … Continue reading

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What’s the Matter with Kids Today?

Great insights about Millennial students.

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Twitterpated with History

Can Twitter be used to engage students in history classes? I have a Twitter account that I rarely use to post, however I do follow several historians, history organizations, museums, and journals.  My Twitter feed is a testament to how … Continue reading

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Using Google Web Apps to Improve Student Engagement

In my teaching, I have incorporated Google Web apps into activities that I have already used—group projects, class discussions, and content presentations. Source: Using Google Web Apps to Improve Student Engagement

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Using Discussion Boards in a Hybrid Class

In the hybrid classes that I teach, how and when  to use the discussion board is something that I wrestle with each semester. The discussion board can be an excellent forum for discussion and exploration of historical topics, or it … Continue reading

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