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Summer reading list? Epic fail. Fall learning? 3 ways it can still happen

It really is a noble goal.

I start each June with the idea of working my way through 4-6 books before September that can help me grow professionally and personally. 633 more words

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"I, too, sing America." Smithsonian Museum of African American History & Culture

I, too, sing America.

I am the darker brother.
They send me to eat in the kitchen
When company comes,
But I laugh,
And eat well, 683 more words

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Ed tech is good for kids. Except when it isn't.

Some things just don’t make sense when we first try wrapping our heads around them. 618 more words

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I'm smarter now.

No real theme here today at all. Other than I’ve been reading this stuff. And, yup, I’m smarter now than I was before.

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A History Teaching Toolbox: Your next must read

Part of what I get to do is spend time browsing the Interwebs finding tools and resources that would be useful for history and social studies teachers. 388 more words

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Good old Ben, Constitution Day 2016, and 17 teaching resources

It’s that time of year again. Constitution Day 2016. And I just haven’t gotten around to updating my C-Day list of resources. But I still feel pretty comfortable with my current list. 1,130 more words

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Statistics as evidence: Using US Census data to support historical thinking

It’s becoming easier and easier to find primary source evidence online. And while many of you are stopping in at places like Google Public Data and GapMinder, it can still be difficult to find digital sources that specifically target the use of data and statistics. 387 more words

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