Teaching History in the Digital Classroom / Edition 1

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Cantu (history, Ball State U.) and Warren (history, W. Michigan U.) provide middle and high school social studies teachers with information for incorporating digital technology into their classrooms with confidence. Coverage includes the origins and history of social studies education in the U.S.; curriculum design and the integration of online resources and the internet; instructional strategies for traditional, digital, and hybrid approaches to teaching; and assessment and evaluation. Practical examples, worksheets, graphic organizers, and sample activities are integrated throughout the text. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780765609939
  • Publisher: Sharpe, M. E. Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/26/2002
  • Series: History, Humanities, and New Technology Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Worksheets vii
Preface ix
Part I Historical and Hidden Curriculum 1
Chapter 1 Origins and Rationale for Teaching History and the Social Studies in the Middle and High School Curriculum 3
Chapter 2 Overview of the Structure and Standards for History, the Social Sciences, and Social Studies 19
Chapter 3 Technology Integration in Preservice History Teacher Education 35
Chapter 4 History Teachers' Beliefs 49
Part II Intended Curriculum 67
Chapter 5 Developing Objectives and Plans for History and Social Studies Instruction 69
Chapter 6 Teaching Early American History: A Curricular Model for Integrating Online Resources 85
Chapter 7 Active Learning, World History, and the Internet: Creating Knowledge in the Classroom 107
Chapter 8 Sequential Lesson Plan Frameworks 131
Chapter 9 Brain-Based Lesson Plan Frameworks 147
Part III Taught Curriculum 165
Chapter 10 Teaching Authentic History 167
Chapter 11 The Montage Class: Teaching Historical Thinking with Audiovisual and Information Technology 181
Chapter 12 Cooperative Learning 201
Chapter 13 Teaching Strategies and Resources for History and Social Studies Education 219
Part IV Learned Curriculum 239
Chapter 14 Informal Assessment and Evaluation Strategies 241
Chapter 15 Formal Assessment and Evaluation Strategies 251
Chapter 16 Performance-Based Assessment 263
Chapter 17 Advanced Placement Assessment Strategies 283
Appendix A Developing Instructional Objectives 295
Appendix B Performance Assessment Graphic Organizers 296
Appendix C Performance Assessment--National Standards Correlation 299
Notes 302
Bibliography 332
About the Authors and Contributors 351
Index 353
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