this is Erin
this is Jake
they
think history
is boring
they’re not
so fond of
geography,
civics or
economics
either
and they’re
not alone
“I have to power
down when I get to
school.”
HS student
technology
in the
21st century
classroom
21st century skills?
become a generalist
X
teamwork
9
filter for
information, not
memorize
information
10
rock paper scissor decisions
11
12
using the right tools
Collaborate
Create
Communicate
fasten
your seatbelt
Collaborate
bit.ly/adVy4y
mobile learning
iPod Apps
grou.ps
social network creation
Groups
docs.google.com
quick surveys
Google Forms
Create
earth.google.com
learning guides
Google Earth
tagxedo.com
Tagxedo
word clouds
shmoop.com
learning guides
Shmoop
glogster.com
digital poster
Glogster
Communicate
joopz.com
web texting
bibme.org
online bibliography
BibMe
livebinder.com
online bookmarks
LiveBinders
photo editor
picasa.google.com
just for you
thinkfinity.org
teaching resources
ThinkFinity
teachinghistory.org
professional growth
National History
Education Clearinghouse
archives.org
primary sources
NARA
loc.gov
primary sources
LOC
betterlesson.org
lesson sharing
BetterLesson
“One of the things our
grandchildren will find quaintest
about us is that we distinguish
the digital from the real. In the...
view the entire list at:
have more questions?
contact:
Glenn Wiebe
glennw@essdack.org
socialstudiescentral.com
historytech.wordpress.com
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  1. 1. this is Erin
  2. 2. this is Jake
  3. 3. they think history is boring
  4. 4. they’re not so fond of geography, civics or economics either
  5. 5. and they’re not alone
  6. 6. “I have to power down when I get to school.” HS student
  7. 7. technology in the 21st century classroom
  8. 8. 21st century skills?
  9. 9. become a generalist X
  10. 10. teamwork 9
  11. 11. filter for information, not memorize information 10
  12. 12. rock paper scissor decisions 11
  13. 13. 12 using the right tools
  14. 14. Collaborate Create Communicate
  15. 15. fasten your seatbelt
  16. 16. Collaborate
  17. 17. bit.ly/adVy4y mobile learning iPod Apps
  18. 18. grou.ps social network creation Groups
  19. 19. docs.google.com quick surveys Google Forms
  20. 20. Create
  21. 21. earth.google.com learning guides Google Earth
  22. 22. tagxedo.com Tagxedo word clouds
  23. 23. shmoop.com learning guides Shmoop
  24. 24. glogster.com digital poster Glogster
  25. 25. Communicate
  26. 26. joopz.com web texting
  27. 27. bibme.org online bibliography BibMe
  28. 28. livebinder.com online bookmarks LiveBinders
  29. 29. photo editor picasa.google.com
  30. 30. just for you
  31. 31. thinkfinity.org teaching resources ThinkFinity
  32. 32. teachinghistory.org professional growth National History Education Clearinghouse
  33. 33. archives.org primary sources NARA
  34. 34. loc.gov primary sources LOC
  35. 35. betterlesson.org lesson sharing BetterLesson
  36. 36. “One of the things our grandchildren will find quaintest about us is that we distinguish the digital from the real. In the future, that will become literally impossible.” William Gibson 2007 27
  37. 37. view the entire list at:
  38. 38. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com

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