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WSUSocStudies10/8/20123:57 PMGet @Evernote, or your bookmarking site of choice, ready… #sschat starts in 5 minutes.
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20123:59 PMRT @sgormanyogi: RT @sgormanyogi: From #teachlikeapirate @burgessdave #sschat. Good read. http://t.co/1czfzkjY
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:01 PMWelcome to #sschat! Please introduce yourself, where you’re from, what you teach or hope to teach.
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sherazbhatti10/8/20124:00 PMUse @citelighter to highlight and capture from today's #sschat
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classroomtools10/8/20124:01 PMHi #sschat This is Bill Chapman, a retired secondary social studies teacher, checking in from Berkeley, CA.
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cybraryman110/8/20124:02 PMFor Columbus Day: Man/Woman cannot discover new oceans unless he/she has the courage to lose sight of the shore. Be the change! #sschat
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cpnthrz10/8/20124:02 PMFrank in Fairfax, VA. Ancient World History and AP US Govt #sschat
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bcurrie510/8/20124:02 PM#sschat Brad Currie, former middle school SS teacher turned administrator in Chester, NJ "No human is more human than another."
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edtgraff10/8/20124:02 PMHi #sschat! Evan in Manila. Have a US Hist class starting in 5 mins, so I'll be relying on the archive. cheers.
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philpuzz10/8/20124:02 PMgreetings everyone. Phil from Sarasota. teaching 6&7th civics and 8th AH. excited once again for #sschat
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kjaycock10/8/20124:02 PMKevin Aycock, Salisbury, NC Honors U.S. History
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hsytchr10/8/20124:03 PM#sschat Nate Smith, Mobile, Alabama, social studies curriculum supervisor, hello everyone!
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burgessdave10/8/20124:03 PMDave Burgess from San Diego. I teach U.S. History at a H.S. #sschat
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historyfriend10/8/20124:03 PMMolly from Baltimore. I teach World and US history and electives on Mod. Asia and Middle East #sschat
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mcappsparks10/8/20124:03 PM@WSUSocStudies Melinda Parks--I teach AP World at Westmoore High in OKC #sschat
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EDSITEment10/8/20124:03 PMJoe Phelan at EDSITEment #sschat
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zillogy10/8/20124:04 PM@thereadingzone @JonathanAOlsen That's a great idea, especially because it connects ELA to Social Studies in a lot of ways! #engchat #sschat
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misssball10/8/20124:04 PM@WSUSocStudies #sschat Brenda Ball from Vancouver returning after a few month hiatus from the chat. I teach AP World, AP Euro & 20th century
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:04 PMDan Krutka from @WichitaState. I taught HS SS from ‘05-11 including APGov, APUSH, APPsych, AmStudies, Soc. I now teach SS methods. #sschat
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mrsjjee10/8/20124:04 PMJulie from NY. I teach 10th and 12th grade English. Trying to follow #engchat and #sschat tonight.
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cpnthrz10/8/20124:04 PMWar Puts Syrian Antiquities At 'Heritage Sites' In Danger #sschat http://t.co/9GtmX053
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mooresclassroom10/8/20124:05 PM#sschat Matt from Minnesota. I teach AP US History and AVID. #sschat
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itiswell_kr10/8/20124:05 PMKim, Wichita KS, US and World History #sschat
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BushjMS10/8/20124:05 PMMuskgeon, Mi. Geography / World History. Good evening and hello to all! #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:05 PMFor newcomers, I’ll use Q1, Q2… to identify Questions & you can use A1, A2… to identify which Q you’re answering. #sschat
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nord4ksu10/8/20124:06 PM#sschat Hello there! I'm game for a discussion!
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Busymomma4five10/8/20124:06 PMMelissa from WSU, will teach where i can get a job, but realize will probably be world history, looking forward to it #wsuchat #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:06 PMQ1: Why/when do you use media/movies in your class? How often? Are there any factors that limit/enhance your ability to use it? #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:06 PMWelcome everyone! Our topic tonight is using media/movies in the classroom! Let’s get this #sschat started!
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sherazbhatti10/8/20124:07 PMtrying to balance #engchat and #sschat
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mcappsparks10/8/20124:07 PM#sschat short clips for bell ringers or review. Time is the issue.
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:07 PMA1: I like media that helps students connect to content in meaningful/deep ways. If it hits specific vocab/standards that’s a bonus. #sschat
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classroomtools10/8/20124:07 PMI used video & audio to convey experiences that could not really be conveyed any other way. #sschat
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cybraryman110/8/20124:07 PMBefore showing moveies I always previewed the movie & then prepared a Video Viewing Sheet to have students capture main points. #sschat
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burgessdave10/8/20124:08 PMA1: Many times the right movie can create more emotional impact than a typical lesson. Kids gets invested in the story/characters. #sschat
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EDSITEment10/8/20124:08 PMI send students to a website like Ken Burns Prohibition to watch clips and do research #sschat
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BushjMS10/8/20124:08 PM@WSUSocStudies Movies are best used in small chunks, with lots of time for explanation and processing. #sschat
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bcurrie510/8/20124:08 PM#sschat I would use movies two to three times a year. Being that it was middle school ratings and age appropriateness was an issue.
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mrsjjee10/8/20124:08 PMA1: YouTube was unblocked last year, so I've been using videos (1-6 min clips) at least twice a week.Great for visual learners. #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:08 PMI like to use clips from You Tube. Shorter seems to keep attention and make a point better for me. #sschat
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philpuzz10/8/20124:08 PMsadly I must admit I do not do a whole lot, but most of the time it is after we have finished a unit #sschat
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kjaycock10/8/20124:08 PMA1: I use them to introduce a unit/topic. Only show max 20 min. clips to prevent boredom.
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misssball10/8/20124:08 PMA1: If I prepare an anticipation guide for video viewing, I frame it around historical skills #sschat
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ZMetexts10/8/20124:09 PMIt is no longer enough to simply read and write. Students must also become literate in the understanding of visual images. #sschat
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misssssearcy10/8/20124:09 PMHi, I'm Anna from Chicago. I teach AP US History and World Studies #sschat
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michelerehder10/8/20124:09 PMA1: I like to show short clips from United Streaming fairly often to enhance the current unit. Helps Ss understand. #sschat
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historyfriend10/8/20124:09 PMA1 I have found that backchanneling during videos can help kids process and focus, although some can be distracted. #sschat
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mooresclassroom10/8/20124:09 PMIf YouTube is blocked at your school, you can use http://t.co/bzFhgZJG to download the videos and e-mail them to yourself #sschat
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ingeniousteach10/8/20124:09 PMKim Scott from Memphis World and US History HS teacher #sschat
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mcappsparks10/8/20124:09 PM#sschat A1. Clips are great for intro or hook. Seldom show a full doc.
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historyfriend10/8/20124:09 PMA1 It depends. Some videos are so good that I use all of them, chunked w/discussion. Ex. Pacific Century Meiji Revolution #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:10 PMMy fault on the link for the A-Z list with Social Studies. http://t.co/ZH0w9rON #sschat
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_andrewreid10/8/20124:10 PM#sschat A1: Usually use them to enhance content. I use them whenever I think they can be effective
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itiswell_kr10/8/20124:10 PMA1: I use to give students a big picture; depending on the unit, either before or after major events are discussed #sschat
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michelerehder10/8/20124:10 PMagree! “@MrBrianBobbitt: I like to use clips from You Tube. Shorter seems to keep attention and make a point better for me. #sschat”
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classroomtools10/8/20124:10 PM@burgessdave Exactly, Dave. The best example here is The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman to depict the fight for Civil Rights. #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:10 PMHere is an A-Z list with a Social Studies category we made last year. #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:11 PM@mooresclassroom Have you used it lately? One of my #WSUchat students said this works better: http://t.co/ok4K1vgZ #sschat
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BushjMS10/8/20124:11 PM@historyfriend How do you help students not become distracted by the backchanneling process? #sschat
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bcurrie510/8/20124:11 PM@EDSITEment Ken Burns is the man. #sschat should have him on one night. His narration on the Civil War with Shelby Foote was simply awesome
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burgessdave10/8/20124:11 PM@classroomtools I need to check that out...embarrassed to say I haven't seen it. #sschat
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MoniseLSeward10/8/20124:11 PMRT @EDSITEment: RT @EDSITEment: I send students to a website like Ken Burns Prohibition to watch clips and do research #sschat
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philpuzz10/8/20124:12 PMthe only media I regularly watch and connect to HW is the CNN student news #sschat
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mooresclassroom10/8/20124:12 PM@WSUSocStudies I've never used that before. Thanks for the reference. I also like http://t.co/Mft7XiId #sschat
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burgessdave10/8/20124:12 PM@bcurrie5 @EDSITEment I totally agree...that would be awesome to have him participate. He is a masterful storyteller! #sschat
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mooresclassroom10/8/20124:12 PMStole this idea from the TUSH.O blog: sometimes previews of films can be powerful hooks to lessons. #sschat
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misssssearcy10/8/20124:12 PMA1: I use a lot of clips from PBS, YouTube and Netflix. Crash Course on YouTube is a class fave, as well. #sschat
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Robitaille201110/8/20124:12 PMHi #sschat Louise from Canada....new Ministry of Education Social studies document soon to be released! Shift in teaching and learning...
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theASIDEblog10/8/20124:12 PMWe find 2-3 minute video segments (United Streaming) reinforces content. Works to meet different learning styles. #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:12 PMQ2: Do you assign homework that includes watching/listening to media? Why? Why not? #sschat
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WSUSocStudies10/8/20124:13 PM@philpuzz CNN students news is a great source because it hits on multiple current events. #sschat
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hsytchr10/8/20124:13 PMA1. #sschat My district subscribes to Discovery Ed. Volumes of primary source videos arranged by standard.
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tlbolton10/8/20124:13 PMTheresa from Temecula, CA. I teach US and Medieval World #sschat
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theASIDEblog10/8/20124:13 PMIt's funny how a video clip reiterating what you said in a lesson has kids looking at you like "oh you were right." #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:13 PMYouTube is now blocked, but we use MyBigCampus. We can import videos into that and then link to them. #sschat
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classroomtools10/8/20124:13 PMA2 - I frequently did. Becoming media lit is a fundamental skill in our culture. #sschat
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misssssearcy10/8/20124:13 PMKeepVid has been reliable for me, too. @WSUSocStudies @mooresclassroom #sschat
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kjaycock10/8/20124:13 PMA2: I'm doing a modified flip classroom so students watch videos to get background so we can discuss historiography in class
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michelerehder10/8/20124:13 PMThere are some things that students just have to see for them to internalize. #sschat
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historyfriend10/8/20124:13 PMA2 I have tried with limited success to assign for HW. Inevitably someone has an access issue it seems. #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:13 PMI use flip class sometimes in class and that provides video work at home. #sschat
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EDSITEment10/8/20124:13 PM@bcurrie5 Ken Burns Dust Bowl is coming in N Nov. Maybe we can ask him to consider leading the chat. #sschat
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bcurrie510/8/20124:14 PM@kenburnspbs would be an awesome edition to #sschat
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theASIDEblog10/8/20124:14 PMThere are lots of resources for editing YouTube videos, or bringing them into the classroom if the website is blocked. #sschat
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MrBrianBobbitt10/8/20124:14 PMI've found several useful clips at NOVA PBS. http://t.co/NCjYO1Bd #sschat
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classroomtools10/8/20124:14 PM@burgessdave You may stream it from Amazon whenever you like. http://t.co/YgVFlRKm #sschat
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sherazbhatti10/8/20124:14 PM@BushjMS @citelighter Yes fairly new! You can read about us in Edudemic here http://t.co/yebSzYmJ #sschat
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historyfriend10/8/20124:14 PM@BushjMS Some kids are, but they get used to it. The novelty wears off. I also participate and contribute comments and questions. #sschat
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misssball10/8/20124:14 PMA2 Viewing videos optional for HW in case there are circumstances preventing viewing. Video meant to enhance conversation next day. #sschat
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Robitaille201110/8/20124:14 PM@burgessdave We sometimes have a film festival...try National Film Board... Great app....and free! #sschat
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_andrewreid10/8/20124:14 PM#sschat I assign short clips from time to time to help set the tone for the next lesson as a preview. Gets the students interested
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ShawnMcCusker10/8/20124:15 PM@MrsBeck25 Welcome Anne! #sschat
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EDSITEment10/8/20124:15 PMEDSITEment feature on Presidents uses Am Ex. videos #sschat http://t.co/8m47vmLa #sschat
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MrsBeck2510/8/20124:15 PMFinally Here!!! #sschat
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theASIDEblog10/8/20124:15 PMVideo clips work great for the flipped classroom. #sschat
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hsytchr10/8/20124:15 PMA1 cont. #sschat I often see it being used to enhance the objectives being taught
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ShawnMcCusker10/8/20124:15 PMFind the #sschat archives here. The #sschat Ning http://t.co/Ynhkd4OQ
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tlbolton10/8/20124:15 PMBiggest waste of $ was a subscription to Cosmeo. Many videos w/o audio. #sschat
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burgessdave10/8/20124:15 PMA2: If it's media for outside of class, it's always extra-credit...never required. But I do sweeten the pot! #sschat
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