EDU 945 "Doing History" Digitally
“Doing history” is a social studies pedagogical method that asks students not only to think about history, but to replicate the conditions and means under which histories are made. This class examines interactive tech tools that will aid social science teachers in “doing history” and understanding the processes that make history happen.
This course will analyze 21st century media sources for historical accuracy and educational value. Participants will gain an understanding of the effects of technological change on the study of history and will collect, visualize, and analyze historical data in order to develop activities that guide students through authentic historical processes.
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It was very beneficial and could be incorporated into what I am teaching in my job.G.B., Social Studies Teacher
I am excited to implement various resources I learned about into this coming school year, especially through more use of technology by the students in the classroom.G.B., Social Studies Teacher
I will definitely use the resource, material and lesson plans I created in my classroom.A.L., Social Studies Teacher
interesting assignments, many good historical referencesA.T., Language Arts Teacher
I found the course very informative and aligned to the needs of my student's engagement.B.J., Social Studies Teacher
The podcast, radio lab, #syllabus all resources I would not have thought to use for my classesA.T., Language Arts Teacher
Encourage more discovery and personal interpretation of history rather than loading students with facts and datesA.T., Language Arts Teacher
The practicality of it being online and being able to implement new resources directly into my teaching.G.B., Social Studies Teacher
I really enjoyed this course, its content, and the instructor.A.L., Social Studies Teacher