The website www.teachinghistory.org is an interactive history website for students in elementary, middle and high school. Its interface is appealing and easy to use.
Type of Material:
Designing lessons for US history at all levels of student use throughout grade school (K-12.) Pre-made/ready-to-use lessons, with occasional links to outside websites (for both student and teacher use) are provided.
Standard browser such as IE, Mozilla, Chrome, etc..., Flash Player and ActiveX. There are also modules and resources to pull in ancillary software such as Moodle, Ning, Edmodo, and SurveyMonkey for classroom use
Identify Major Learning Goals:
To enable students to access research,lessons,quizzes and videos on various history topics found in the elementary, middle and high school syllabus.
Target Student Population:
K through 12th grade. Much of this can also be incorporated into the college history classroom at the freshman level (ex., survey courses.)
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
This website allows for scaffolding of knowledge so limited previous knowledge is required. Access to a computer and internet and a teacher to guide elementary students maybe necessary.
The website is very interactive and easy to use. It is a wealth of information for history students and teachers. The website contains high quality history material.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This website can be used to quiz history content, and that is its greatest strength.It is also easy to access.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
www.teachinghistory.org is easy to use and very graphically appealing.
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