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Blog to the Future: Using Multiliteracies in the Classroom

Classes have been done for a few days now, and an info session on digital history in the classroom led me to ask a dangerous question: … 788 more words

Teaching History

Women in American History

With discussion around the recent Paycheck Fairness Act, we started thinking about important women in U.S. History. We made a short list of important women we think all students should be sure to learn about in school. 183 more words

Welcome!

This e-portfolio will give visitors background on my teaching experiences and education via my current resume, academic papers, teaching philosophy, and my capstone/graduation project as part of San Francisco State University’s venerable… 327 more words

Teaching History

On Chinua Achebe's book, The Education of a British-Protected Child: Essays

Chinua Achebe, as is well known, is one of the greatest African writers of the post-colonial era. He was an Igbo, born under British colonial rule, who began his writing career in the years just before Nigeria achieved its independence. 1,398 more words

Teaching History

Women's History

Over the past month I’ve enjoyed the recognition of women’s history.  It’s great to have a month in which women are celebrated, as well as their achievements, and their leaders.   659 more words

Fiction

Were we wrong about Wikipedia?

When I did my teaching degree we talked a lot about the difference between accurate and reliable websites and those that aren’t so reliable…like Wikipedia. 594 more words

Australian Curriculum

What is Canada? Part 2

The results are in! The students did a great job of adding more terms to the brainstorm chart (all that is in white was from the first attempt in September)! 31 more words

Teaching History