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russeltarr8/31/119:35 AM@classroomtools We're starting in 25 minutes - I'm getting frazzled stating that in time zone versions! #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/119:40 AM#historychat starts in 20 minutes! Hope to see you there! #historyteacher #sschat
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classroomtools8/31/119:40 AM@russeltarr I'm ready! #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/119:41 AMRT @johnsonmaryj: :) As long as we're discussing technology in #historychat, here's a Time Zone Converter tool: http://t.co/0TYS1va
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johnsonmaryj8/31/119:41 AM:) As long as we're discussing technology in #historychat, here's a Time Zone Converter tool: http://t.co/yLeeQbs
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westwoodrich8/31/119:42 AM@russeltarr Good luck with #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/119:44 AM@westwoodrich Thanks! I've got a few ideas to share, hoping to get some great tips from other colleagues! #historychat
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colemanlsw8/31/119:45 AMExcited about finding ways to use twitter in my classroom. Joining #historychat today!
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russeltarr8/31/119:46 AM@colemanlsw I've got a few ideas about using Twitter, look forward to sharing them later! #historychat
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johnmayo8/31/119:49 AM@russeltarr Russel you always have good ideas!!#historychat
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kenradical8/31/119:49 AM@colemanlsw do it! Its amazingly powerful. We have been doing it a while in Bristol http://t.co/0F2nXsH #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/119:50 AM10 Minutes to go! First International #historychat "Technology in the History Classroom" - discussion points here http://t.co/1Ncab6G
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blairteach8/31/119:51 AMRT @russeltarr: 10 Minutes to go! First Intnl #historychat "Tech in the History Classroom" - discussion points here http://t.co/OMusXFw
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johnsonmaryj8/31/119:52 AM@colemanlsw One of the best K-8 Twitter in Education guides I've seen: http://t.co/nzLhM7x #historychat
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classroomtools8/31/119:55 AMHi #historychat , I'm Bill Chapman, a retired history teacher living in Berkeley, California.
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smallbutfeisty8/31/119:55 AMI'll be following the #historychat, but I don't think I can stay at the computer to participate. :(
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russeltarr8/31/119:55 AMIf you're taking part in the #historychat starting in 5 minutes, please say hello and where you're from! #historychat
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johnmayo8/31/119:56 AM#historychat johm from the West of Ireland
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MelissaLininja8/31/119:56 AMHello! Sorry! #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/119:56 AMHell from Melissa in Philadelphia, PA, USA! Teach AP US History and World Civ II (non-Western)! #historychat
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AzraelleM8/31/119:57 AM#historychat Azra from Switzerland *waves*
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ConnollyTrevor8/31/119:57 AMHi #Historychat I'm Trevor in Dublin, Ireland. A history teacher in second level.
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kenradical8/31/119:57 AMHello fellow historians. I am currently sat in overcast Bristol, South West UK #historychat
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MrsThorne8/31/119:57 AMLooking forward to the first ever #historychat! I teach History to 11-18 year olds in Wiltshire
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GoTweetHistory8/31/119:58 AMPearson Higher Education's history publishing team here in New Jersey #historychat
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johnsonmaryj8/31/119:58 AMMary from Colorado. Retired school librarian. I do workshops in teaching with primary sources for US Lib Congress. #historychat
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George_Haines8/31/119:59 AM@russeltarr What's the difference between #historychat and #sschat ?
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russeltarr8/31/119:59 AMI'm Russel Tarr, head of history at the International School of Toulouse #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:00 AM@George_Haines Full details are here http://t.co/1Ncab6G - #historychat inspired by and supported by the #sschat team
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historyfriend8/31/1110:01 AMHi - Molly from Baltimore. I teach US and world history. #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:01 AMWelcome! Our first discussion point is "What is your favourite online tool for teaching history? How do you use it?" #historychat
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TimeMaps8/31/1110:02 AMHello from Timemaps, Peter here, looking forward to the chat #historychat
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:02 AM#historychat uhm... I teach History and ESL at Grammar School (and trying to get my colleagues to use the web & technology a bit more)
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russeltarr8/31/1110:02 AMOne tool I plan to try out is www.mailvu.com to get students to record / share their thoughts on plenary questions #historychat
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historyfriend8/31/1110:03 AM@MrsThorne Is it just British cartoons? What eras?
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:03 AM@AzraelleM I hear you! Same here. I'm a broken record. #historychat
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kenradical8/31/1110:03 AMI love using GoogleDocs for collaborative research projects, works a treat #historychat
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ConnollyTrevor8/31/1110:03 AM#Historychat I would say twitter is a great tool for pointing us in the right direction, follow #historyteacher
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ELampadarios8/31/1110:03 AM#historychat
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MrsThorne8/31/1110:03 AM#historychat I really like the British cartoon archive http://t.co/kDKHdWM - it's not really a tool per se, but v useful!
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misssball8/31/1110:04 AMTools: Schoology and Moodle for organization, blogs, forums #historychat
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kenradical8/31/1110:04 AM@MrsThorne #historychat its incredible and has every source the GCSE (UK exams) exam boards use
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classroomtools8/31/1110:04 AMYouTube is terrific for viewing documentaries that are otherwise hard to find. An example http://t.co/5S5ZEuZ #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:04 AMI'm using posterous to moderate a student-driven blog. exp. w/ it last year and like the ease w/ which ss can post #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:04 AM@MrsThorne The cartoon archive is brilliant - especially for getting students looking at unusual cartoons not in textbooks #historychat
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johnmayo8/31/1110:04 AMMay not be teaching history this year but I would like to try blabberize.com with them #historychat
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misssball8/31/1110:04 AMBrenda Ball, Head of Social Studies, Crofton House School in Vancouver Canada (indep.) #historychat
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mrgreen10668/31/1110:05 AM#historychat I use etherpads for group work. Easy to use, relatively quick to set up
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:05 AM@AzraelleM would like for my ss to have live binders to document work, but is it worth it if other teachers won' t use them? #historychat
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DelaneyKirk8/31/1110:05 AMI don't teach history but here's a site with online tours that could be used http://t.co/bu8BGYY #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:05 AMI think www.mindmeister.com is the best collaborative mindmapping tool for use with entire class groups #historychat
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tchlrn_ak8/31/1110:05 AMsped tchr from alaska who some yrs co-teaches history, hi! #historychat
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hs001pla8/31/1110:05 AM#historychat Phill, TA, finishing a history degree, looking to go in to primary teaching
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ASCD8/31/1110:05 AM#historychat Check out our free online chapter for teachers on how to increase achievement in history: http://t.co/vzrvkYq
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:05 AM#historychat I just created a http://t.co/QL4CtFZ account for one of my classes
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johnmayo8/31/1110:06 AM#historychat Google Earth is a tool that deserves more use by history teachers
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MrsThorne8/31/1110:06 AM#historychat I also really like Xtranormal. It's free if you don't download your animation www.extranormal.com - great for recap/revision
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GoTweetHistory8/31/1110:06 AMMyHistoryLab is great for creating personalized study plans for each student on the higher ed level #historychat
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classroomtools8/31/1110:06 AMDaryl Cagle's cartoon index is also a great source for editorial cartoons. http://t.co/G5ACKoz #historychat
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:06 AM@classroomtools Yes, did the same... and gave Ss my link so they can watch again http://t.co/TS3TsLO #historychat
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DelaneyKirk8/31/1110:06 AMRT @classroomtools: YouTube is terrific for viewing documentaries that are otherwise hard to find. An example http://t.co/5S5ZEuZ #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:06 AMRT @DelaneyKirk: I don't teach history but here's a site with online tours that could be used http://t.co/BjHW265 #historychat
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misssball8/31/1110:06 AMTool: CivicMirror for teaching economics and politics intertwined (not history per se) http://t.co/QFR4gau #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:07 AMlike wordle.net for comparing documents. can be used in many other ways as well. #historychat
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TimeMaps8/31/1110:07 AME2BN's Museum Box is great for getting kids to create their own work #historychat
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historyfriend8/31/1110:07 AM@russeltarr @DelaneyKirk Thanks. This looks great - looking for ways to extend classrooms walls w/o spending money! #historychat
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ckzebra8/31/1110:07 AMRT @ASCD: #historychat Check out our free online chapter for teachers on how to increase achievement in history: http://t.co/vzrvkYq
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russeltarr8/31/1110:07 AMI’m a big fan of www.titanpad.com students adding positive/negative bias to a historical account, put it into the past tense… #historychat
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johnmayo8/31/1110:07 AMRT @classroomtools: Daryl Cagle's cartoon index is also a great source for editorial cartoons. http://t.co/Q9jAFWp #historychat >>+1
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:08 AM@AzraelleM that's a neat idea. i was saying more that i think it'd also be a great portfolio for college, etc. #historychat
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:08 AM@MelissaLininja Ss work in groups and the files they create will be for the class and part of their final exams #historychat
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bblackband8/31/1110:08 AMPrezi is a very useful tool for teaching overviews - esp at KS5 - http://t.co/gVQtDes #historychat
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kenradical8/31/1110:08 AMhttp://t.co/emqBgu4 is neat and plan to use with my Post-16 students this year when studying Russia and WW2 #historychat
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johnmayo8/31/1110:08 AMRT @TimeMaps: E2BN's Museum Box is great for getting kids to create their own work #historychat>> Agree with that as well !
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hettonschool8/31/1110:08 AMRT @ASCD: #historychat Check out our free online chapter for teachers on how to increase achievement in history: http://t.co/vzrvkYq
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MrsThorne8/31/1110:08 AM@johnmayo #historychat and GoogleMaps! Here's a workshop I did on GMaps & historical enquiry at SHP http://t.co/MEPL9Az
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historyfriend8/31/1110:09 AMGapminder is great for large statistical comparison. #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:09 AM…the “timeslide” feature of www.titanpad.com is a really nice way to close a lesson and review what has been achieved #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:09 AM@AzraelleM are you using it similar to a wiki? space for them to collaborate? #historychat
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MrsThorne8/31/1110:09 AMRT @kenradical: http://t.co/7YJMyKo is neat [...] #historychat <-- this looks great!
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classroomtools8/31/1110:09 AM@russeltarr Webspiration Classroom is also a worthy mindmapper. http://t.co/8e7XeVN #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:09 AMAnd of course if we're talking maps, how about http://t.co/rAWKhXO HistoryPin and Animaps (http://t.co/MaifdIY) #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:10 AMHas anyone used any particular Ted Talks in the History Classroom? #historychat
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johnsonmaryj8/31/1110:10 AMPSI21 Wiki with tech tool links, examples, standards--all useful with primary sources: http://t.co/YpPgkx3 #historychat
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bblackband8/31/1110:10 AMExcellent resources using archive footage on Screenonline supported by BFI - http://t.co/34e8esj #historychat
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kenradical8/31/1110:10 AM@TimeMaps love this and I've never seen it before. I knew #historychat would be a winner!
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:10 AM@MelissaLininja And I want to ask them if I'm allowed to share the work with you and other colleagues (though it's German) #historychat
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historyfriend8/31/1110:11 AM@russeltarr Yes - I have used Hans Rosling - importance of washing machine for Industrial Revolution. #historychat
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classroomtools8/31/1110:11 AMMy favorite video clip that helps students see maps in perspective http://t.co/57FOAiY #historychat
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AzraelleM8/31/1110:11 AM@MelissaLininja no, one project atm is Ss create a "history dossier" ab. Middle East (like a school book - based on a webquest) #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:11 AMWebspiration and Mindmapper have been mentioned as best mindmappers - any others? #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:11 AM@AzraelleM great! #historychat
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ConnollyTrevor8/31/1110:11 AM#Historychat I've use Timetoast http://t.co/ZxuBSWB to create interactive time lines, great for appreciation of chronology.
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russeltarr8/31/1110:11 AMwww.bitstrips.com gets students to simplify a historical account into a cartoon strip; www.doink.com creates animated strips #historychat
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russeltarr8/31/1110:12 AMhttp://t.co/Cg49Y1N = Top documentary films online is a another great source of historical video aside from YouTube. #historychat
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classroomtools8/31/1110:12 AMRT @historyfriend: Gapminder is great for large statistical comparison. #historychat
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MelissaLininja8/31/1110:12 AM@AzraelleM very cool! i'd be interested to see it. #historychat i've use a wiki before for Israeli/Palestinian conflict
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kenradical8/31/1110:12 AM@russeltarr I used Sugata Mitra as an experiment to prove if teachers are needed http://t.co/OVXlAcA worked well #historychat
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Flocabulary8/31/1110:12 AMHey #Historychat ! We wanted to let you know that all of our World Hist and US Hist songs/units are now online! http://t.co/toXgCw0
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