Blogs tagged "World War One"

What Happened at ISTE 2014?

Sarah Winchester, right, and colleagues at ISTE
From June 28th through July 1st, over sixteen thousand teachers, media specialists, instructional technology specialists and coaches, administrators, and other industry personnel came from around the world to Atlanta, Georgia to attend the 2014 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference and Expo. Held every year in June, the ISTE conference brings members and the wider public together to connect, present and exchange ideas.Read More »
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Leadership and Legacy in WWI

Chronicling America image of Turks at Gallipoli
Last week, we wrote about resources available to teachers and students who want to explore WWI in some depth. Because National History Day’s 2015 topic is “Leadership and Legacy,” we’re devoting this week’s blog to some ideas for the upcoming school year. NHD has developed a list of 100 figures in world history—and more than a few of them can be related in one way or another to the causes, the course, or the consequences of the Great War.Read More »
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How NEH and EDSITEment support National History Day

National History Day, held every year in June at the University of Maryland College Park, is a wonderful opportunity for students to engage in a serious academic competition in the humanities. Last year 600,000 students took part, along with 25,000 teachers. In the age of the Common Core State Standards, this exemplary program should be on the radar of every teacher, student, and parent.Read More »
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