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The National Humanity Center has been supporting the humanities for over 40 years. That’s a good thing. Because they’ve had plenty of time to develop a ton of tools that can help make you a better teacher and your students a whole lot smarter. 281 more words
Put on your thinking caps.
In 60 seconds, list all the ways that reading fiction is good for you.
And . . . go. 822 more words
We all love the Stanford History Education Group. Great lessons. Aligned assessments. Perfect balance between process and content. Focus on historical thinking skills. And just this week, a rebranding of the site and the addition of civic literacy tools. 756 more words
If you’re not using Twitter to access the #sschat hashtag throughout the year, I will politely suggest that you need start doing that.
Seriously. And if me being polite doesn’t work, you should do because I said so. 256 more words
I’ve got a Diet Pepsi, blueberry scone, a front row seat at the first session of the day, and the internet is working. Life is good. 1,060 more words