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Best of History Web Sites

Best of History Web Sites
Best of History Web Sites, created by EdTechTeacher Inc, is an award-winning portal that contains annotated links to over 1200 history web sites as well as links to hundreds of quality K-12 history lesson plans, history teacher guides, history activities, history games, history quizzes, and more. Best of History Web Sites has been recommended by The Chronicle of Higher Education, The National Council for the Social Studies, The New York Public Library, the BBC, Princeton University, -- and many others. EdTechTeacher Learning Futures Summit Join educators from around the world at Chicago's Navy Pier, July 28-30, 2014, for three days of workshops and conference sessions dedicated to exploring the future of learning. We have an incredible line-up of keynote speakers and featured presenters including Will Richardson, Jennie Magiera, Wes Fryer, Richard Byrne, Sylvia Martinez, and members of the EdTechTeacher Team. Early Bird Registration and the Call for Proposals are now OPEN!

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Map Puzzles - Learn U.S. and World Geography Online Map Puzzles for all computers and devices including iPad, Android, PC and Mac: We will be updating the rest of our Map Puzzles for devices soon; these still require Adobe Flash: World Continents Map Puzzle Geology in the Parks Rocks are all around us. They make up the backbones of hills and mountains and the foundations of plains and valleys. Beneath the soil you walk on and the deep layers of soft mud that cover the ocean basins is a basement of hard rock. What are rocks made of? Rocks are made up mostly of crystals of different kinds of minerals, or broken pieces of crystals, or broken pieces of rocks. Some rocks are made of the shells of once-living animals, or of compressed pieces of plants.

EEGLAB EEGLAB provides an interactive graphic user interface (GUI) allowing users to flexibly and interactively process their high-density EEG and other dynamic brain data using independent component analysis (ICA) and/or time/frequency analysis (TFA), as well as standard averaging methods. EEGLAB also incorporates extensive tutorial and help windows, plus a command history function that eases users' transition from GUI-based data exploration to building and running batch or custom data analysis scripts. EEGLAB offers a wealth of methods for visualizing and modeling event-related brain dynamics, both at the level of individual EEGLAB 'datasets' and/or across a collection of datasets brought together in an EEGLAB 'studyset.' For experienced Matlab users, EEGLAB offers a structured programming environment for storing, accessing, measuring, manipulating and visualizing event-related EEG data. EEGLAB Statistics

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7 Useful YouTube Channels for History Teachers One of my favorite things about Netflix streaming is that I can watch some great history documentaries on my laptop or tablet. As much as I enjoy a good documentary I also know that not everyone does. I also know that many students get bored by documentaries very quickly. On the other hand, short video clips can be helpful to help teachers illustrate a point or present a point in a different manner. If you're a history teacher, particularly a U.S. History teacher, here are seven YouTube channels where you can find some good short video clips to use in your lessons. Browse the Digital Public Library of America The Digital Public Library of America is a huge collection of digitized artifacts and exhibits from museums and libraries across the United States. Through the DPLA you can find documents, books, images, audio recordings, and video clips. The DPLA is a new resource and only some of the artifacts are arranged into exhibits at this point. You can look for artifacts by location, time, or keyword search. Clicking on an artifact will open information about where it is housed and when it was created.

US AMERICAN SYMBOLS FLIP-FLAP BOOK - AN EXPOSITORY WRITING RESOURCE Get ready to have your students APPLY everything they learned about U.S. Symbols in this fresh and funky Flip-Flap Book! Included in this unit is: * 1 S-Y-M-B-O-L-S Flip-Flap Book - The students will have the opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned about U.S. Symbols in this flip-flap book * tracers for the bushes and Washington Monument European word translator: an interactive map showing "welcome" in over 30 languages Enter one or two lower-case English words to see translations from Google Translate. Examples: banana the cat she runs Random words: auction behave

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