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Links You’ll Love

If you’re teaching about using primary sources, DocsTeach is a good resource. Hosted by the National Archives, DocsTeach allows you to save and share the primary sources as well as create, save and share teaching activities. 

The Newseum offers free virtual classes on a variety of subjects, including media literacy, freedom of speech and online trolling. Classes range from 30-50 minutes long and are adjustable to any bell schedule. And did I mention they’re free? Learn more here.

Name the Rover! Kids in kindergarten through twelfth grades are invited to submit their suggestions (in 150 words or fewer)  for the name for the next Mars Rover. To learn more about the mission to Mars and the contest, check out the site here.

This blog post has links to some great wordless movies that you can use to inspire your students to talk about problem solving. Sadly, the first video is blocked for using copyrighted content (boo, Disney!), but the others are available and very nice.

September 20, 2019 Posted by | Links You'll Love, Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

   

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