"My favorite is docs teach. I can't get over the range in age of the documents. We can swing over 100 years on the same topic and always bring back with it is relevant to us today. I also feel it can be relevant to kids because history can be a hard…"
"We recently used research for Math. Our chapter covered unit rate and population density. Students took their computers and, in pairs, found the population and size of India, China, United States, Japan, Tununak and Greece. The first site to always…"
"The Digital Vault is sweet. My kids had so much fun and looked up extra information on so many topics. It was an easy opening to many parts of history. I wish it spread back further and covered World History. I let them play for a half an hour,…"
"The experience was interesting. I found the powerpoint helpful. I didn't read the entire presentation before I started clicking around. Referencing back helped me get more specific with my search. Starting small and working my out to broader topics…"
"I am going to use Record Group RG 22 US Fish and Wildlife Service. It provides maps, environmental topics and leads into discussions on professions in which my students may be interested. We are taking a Career Exploratory course and the more…"
"My first lesson was the Don Henry Story. I chose it because it was news to me and dealt with a young radical. Students like to hear of young people making history and having an impact on the world around. It draws them in quickly and helps fill in…"
3) All over. It sounds like a sloppy mess. Each group was responsible for their own. Judging from personal dispositions and the recored some agencies must have done a much better job than others. I don't like clutter, I would have thrown…"
My name is Scott Davenport. This is my first year in Alaska. I'm teaching junior high in Tununak. It is a Yu'pik village of 300 people. One great thing is all of students LOVE basketball. I enjoy it, these kids are beyond rabid. Every thing I…"