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volumeoflogic6/13/113:58 PMKids still running around but I'll #sschat as much as possible!
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/113:58 PMAlomost time for the most intense hour on twitter! #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/113:59 PM@rachlabossiere Woot! glad to see you at #sschat tonight :)
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kyteacher6/13/114:00 PMReady for #sschat: What key historical skills should students learn in the history classroom?
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RGriffithJR6/13/114:00 PM@AndreaRPleau Hello #sschat Been awhile since I've been able to participate, but the kids are in bed early tonight.
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UkiahCoachBrown6/13/114:00 PMWill be lurking in #sschat while I watch #apcompgov meeting. I know which one will be more exciting, that's for sure.
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:01 PM@rgriffithjr awesome to have you at #sschat! Thank goodness for bed time!
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:01 PM@historyfriend #sschat Welcome to the chat!
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RGriffithJR6/13/114:01 PM@ShawnMcCusker Glad to be here :) #sschat
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historyfriend6/13/114:01 PMWill likely be in & out - kid duty. But such an important topic. #sschat
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cybraryman16/13/114:01 PM@rgriffithjr Nice to see you here again #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:01 PMHello #sschat! I'm co-moderating tonight w/ @AndreaRPleau . Checking in from Plymouth, MA
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:01 PMThis is the standards based doc that we are using at SLA - needs more work - but was our 1st year - http://ow.ly/5gUhr #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:01 PM@volumeoflogic lol... Twitter is magic children are silent in a chat! #sschat I know I have 5!!
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:01 PM@rgriffithjr #sschat Welcome back. glad you could make it.
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historyfriend6/13/114:02 PMMolly from Baltimore. Hello all.
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Franklinspecs6/13/114:02 PM#sschat Joining tonight from Littleton, NH!
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kyteacher6/13/114:02 PMHello from Kentucky! #sschat
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padgets6/13/114:02 PM#sschat Hi everybody! My name is Sharon and I am a HS science teacher lurking and a learning! :0)
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mryoungteacher6/13/114:02 PMChecking in for this week's #sschat. Howdy all
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classroomtools6/13/114:02 PMBill Chapman checking in from Berkeley, CA to the #sschat discussion on history skills.
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:02 PMHello all! Shawn from IL #sschat
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cybraryman16/13/114:03 PM@volumeoflogic Welcome! #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:03 PM@cobbykins Wow... why did I not realize you were from Brazil? #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:03 PMQ1 for #sschat is from @AndreaRPleau
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volumeoflogic6/13/114:03 PM1st #sschat!! Paul from Southborough MA
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:03 PM@cobbykins #sschat Awesome. Great to have South America represented! Welcome to the chat.
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ancientcivteach6/13/114:03 PMHello everybody! Mendy from South Carolina. #sschat
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:03 PMDiana teaching Am. Govt, Am. Hist in Philly - glad to join... I think about this a ton - excited to hear ideas batted about #sschat
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irishteach6/13/114:03 PMHi #sschat I'm Heather from NW suburbs of Chi Excited to make #sschat tonight
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:03 PM@historyfriend @Franklinspecs @padgets @cobbykins Thanks for joining #sschat tonight.
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:03 PMHi everyone, Becky Ellis from Northern Utah :) glad to be at #sschat tonight
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RGriffithJR6/13/114:03 PM#sschat Hello all. Rob here from WNY.
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cobbykins6/13/114:03 PMhello everyone! Joining from Sao Paulo, Brazil #sschat
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tsocko6/13/114:04 PM#sschat Hi all. Tracy from MA. Trying to work sschat and bath time simultaneously...we'll see how it goes!
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UkiahCoachBrown6/13/114:04 PMOh yeah, I'm Jeff from Ukiah, California. I'm a Libra, 6'2", and my nightmare is being tied down by Smurfs in Dodger gear. #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:04 PM@volumeoflogic #sschat Awesome. Congrats on making your first chat. Get ready, apparently we are kinda intense.
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nesticos6/13/114:04 PMHello gang! I'll be watching from the sidelines tonight. #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:04 PMRT @AndreaRPleau: Q1 what key skills do you want your kids to gain ?#sschat
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MrsPopeTMS6/13/114:04 PMOnly my second #sschat from Birmingham, AL
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:04 PMQ1: What key skills do you want your ss to gain? Year end reflection. #sschat
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PaulRoberts116/13/114:04 PMHello, Paul Roberts from Georgia, lurking and learning as usual! #sschat
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ancientcivteach6/13/114:04 PM@volumeoflogic Welcome, Paul! Glad to have you! #sschat
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historyteach466/13/114:05 PMHi #sschat, I'm Nicole from NH. I teach 6th grade us hist. I think students need to know where to find info and how to analyze prim. sources
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WackJacq6/13/114:05 PM#sschat Joe in DFW standing by
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:05 PMQ1: Student can analyze connections between the present and the past, while evaluating the consequences of past events and decisions #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:05 PM@PaulRoberts11 #sschat Welcome Paul. Lurk, enjoy, but feel free to share. all are welcome.
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nesticos6/13/114:05 PMSuzie from NE PA. I teach 12th grade civics and global studies #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:05 PMQ1: I want my students to be able to recognize bias & perspective in documents. #sschat
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ancientcivteach6/13/114:05 PMRT @classroomtools: Q1, key skills - ability to discriminate among factual statements, beliefs, opinions, inferences and points of view. #sschat
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cybraryman16/13/114:05 PMQ1 My Primary Sources page: http://tinyurl.com/yconktf #sschat Important to know how to use them.
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classroomtools6/13/114:05 PMQ1, key skills - ability to discriminate among factual statements, beliefs, opinions, inferences and points of view. #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:05 PM@PaulRoberts11 haha! We <3 lurkers at #sschat
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mrphooke6/13/114:05 PMHi #sschat I'm Pete from NJ.
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historyfriend6/13/114:05 PMAt root of so many skills is the ability to analyze - to take information and do something meaningful with it. #sschat
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ancientcivteach6/13/114:06 PMI want my students to be able to find the answers to their own questions #sschat
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irishteach6/13/114:06 PMAgree! Would be fun! RT @Becky_Ellis_: @UkiahCoachBrown You win again for best #sschat intro.... think we may need to start a contest
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:06 PMQ1: Student can compare and contrast differing sets of ideas while considering multiple perspectives and biases #sschat
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historyfriend6/13/114:06 PMStudents need to learn that answers are not always yes or no; not set in stone, but dependent on time and place. #sschat
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cybraryman16/13/114:06 PM@dlaufenberg We are on the same page! #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:06 PMRT @historyfriend: At root of so many skills is the ability to analyze - to take information and do something meaningful with it. #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:06 PM@tsocko I often have my students code their primary source docs to identify: bias, fact, opinion, statistic...#sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:06 PM@tsocko #sschat Hilarious. now that is some dedication.
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MrsPopeTMS6/13/114:06 PM#sschat for my 7th graders, one of the big things I focus on is being able to read & interpret maps, charts, graphs & extract real meaning
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Franklinspecs6/13/114:06 PM#sschat Q1: Big picture = Ability to see/find meaning/relationships in the world around them. W/a critical eye of course!
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nesticos6/13/114:06 PM@historyfriend I was just typing that :) #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:06 PMRT @historyfriend: At root of so many skills is the ability to analyze - to take information and do something meaningful with it. #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:06 PM@UkiahCoachBrown You win again for best #sschat intro.... think we may need to start a contest
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:06 PMQ1:Student can analyze a variety of primary source documents and visual representations of information #sschat
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classroomtools6/13/114:06 PMQ1, key skills - recognition that history is much more than the political & military figures & events that dominate most textbooks. #sschat
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mryoungteacher6/13/114:06 PMI think looking at history and historical events through the lens of empathy and compassion is a skill that is ESSENTIAL #sschat
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tsocko6/13/114:06 PM@gregkulowiec I was going to stay fact vs. fiction...you took my idea! #sschat
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nesticos6/13/114:06 PMRT @historyfriend: At root of so many skills is the ability to analyze - to take information and do something meaningful with it. #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:06 PM@MrsPopeTMS #sschat Welcome back. Glad you could make it.
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kyteacher6/13/114:07 PMRT @Franklinspecs: #sschat Q1: Big picture = Ability to see/find meaning/relationships in the world around them. W/a critical eye of course!
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tsocko6/13/114:07 PM@ShawnMcCusker #sschat Can you send a special note to my husband and kids echoing that sentiment?
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classroomtools6/13/114:07 PMQ1, key skills - statistical literacy so that they see that the anecdotal world presented in most history can look quite different. #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:07 PMAlright, so 7 minutes in, and ideas have been shared that I haven't considered in 7 years of teaching #sschat
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Becky_Ellis_6/13/114:07 PM@classroomtools I love how the skills you identify form the basis of a strong citizenry #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:07 PM@historyfriend #sschat I agree. They need to look at a source & understand what source is BEFORE they start reading it. Who What Why When?
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WackJacq6/13/114:07 PMNeed to have students who can write a thesis statement. #sschat
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mrsd51076/13/114:07 PMRT @kyteacher: Under construction...my World Geography LiveBinder: http://goo.gl/mQEz9 #sschat
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iearnusa6/13/114:07 PMRT @mryoungteacher: I think looking at history and historical events through the lens of empathy and compassion is a skill that is ESSENTIAL #sschat
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MsBuell6/13/114:07 PMAlong the lines of @dlaufenberg Q1 Students should be able to distinguish between intended consequences and unintended consequences #sschat
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mrphooke6/13/114:07 PMAnalyzing facts can depend on the student's ability level. Low could = Data Middle= excerpts high= articles and docs. #sschat
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gregkulowiec6/13/114:07 PMRT @dlaufenberg: Q1: Student can compare and contrast differing sets of ideas while considering multiple perspectives and biases #sschat
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rachlabossiere6/13/114:08 PMRunning a few minutes late for #sschat (traffic) be there in about 5
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connectaschool6/13/114:08 PMRT @gregkulowiec: @tsocko I often have my students code their primary source docs to identify: bias, fact, opinion, statistic...#sschat
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RGriffithJR6/13/114:08 PM@MrsPopeTMS What do you mean by real meaning? #sschat
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:08 PM@tsocko #sschat Get them on twitter! We are nothing if not helpful!
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MarkZiebarth6/13/114:08 PMRT @cybraryman1: Q1 My Primary Sources page: http://tinyurl.com/yconktf #sschat Important to know how to use them.
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connectaschool6/13/114:08 PMRT @Franklinspecs: #sschat Q1: Big picture = Ability to see/find meaning/relationships in the world around them. W/a critical eye of course!
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ShawnMcCusker6/13/114:08 PM@mrphooke #sschat Welcome Pete. Glad you could make it.
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dlaufenberg6/13/114:08 PM@gregkulowiec at the end of the yr-this is what I want to stdnts to be able to do. Its what we talked about in class today, last day #sschat
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RGriffithJR6/13/114:08 PMQ1-Students need to understand the impact/consequences of historical action. Particularly unintended consequences that can occur. #sschat
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connectaschool6/13/114:08 PMGreat #sschat topic right now, with #globaled relevance
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historyfriend6/13/114:08 PMI love primary sources but worry sometimes that single documents can be taken out of context. What are we missing? #sschat
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cybraryman16/13/114:08 PMQ1 Important for students to be able to evaluate information found. My Evaluating Websites page: http://tinyurl.com/yh4uvts #sschat
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ancientcivteach6/13/114:08 PMI want them to understand that events are not cut and dried - they are lots of factors that influence/interact #sschat
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