www.archives.gov/.../prologue/2010/fall/docsteach.html Fall 2010, Vol. 42, No. 3. DocsTeach.org The Archives Offers Teachers New Tools to Stir Student Interest in History . By Stephanie Greenhut and Suzanne Isaacs
https://twitter.com/DocsTeach The latest Tweets from DocsTeach (@DocsTeach). The online tool for teaching with documents from the @USNatArchives. Create interactive lessons with primary sources to foster historical thinking. Washington D.C.
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teachinghistory.org/digital-classroom/tech-for-teachers/... DocsTeach brings together more than 3,000 primary sources and seven online activities, each designed to reinforce specific historical thinking skills.
blogs.archives.gov/education DocsTeach; Education website; Facebook; Pinterest; See all ways to connect; Twitter; YouTube; Archives A Transcription Challenge. by Stephanie on March 17, 2015. A tool in our new online catalog allows you to transcribe any of the millions of digitized primary sources in our holdings. This week ...
blogs.archives.gov/online-public-access/?p=3524 DocsTeach features over 3,500 digitized records from National Archives facilities around the country. Anyone can browse documents to learn more about our history.
secondstory.com/project/Docsteach-ipad The DocsTeach iPad app takes the wonderful resources of the National Archives and empowers educators with a nimble device for bringing history into the classroom.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyGHGaFr3BM Watch this tutorial to learn how to locate images, maps, written documents, audio, video, charts, and graphs from among the thousands of documents selected from the National Archives on DocsTeach.org. DocsTeach.org enables educators to find and create interactive learning activities ...
www.flickr.com/photos/second_story/4932801248 DocsTeach provides a little alchemy in the classroom. Taking the rich, primary source documents available from the National Archives, this Web site bridges educators, archival materials, and the classroom.
teachinghistory.org/history-content/website-reviews/25017 DocsTeach, a National Archives and Records Administration project, recognizes the need to bring primary sources into your classroom. To assist in the effort, NARA has pulled together thousands of primary sources, as well as a selection of pre-made activities and tools for building your own ...
connectededucators.org/community/docsteach DocsTeach.org enables educators to find and create interactive learning activities with primary source documents from the National Archives. Users can log in to access and borrow from activities created by teachers all over the world, and share those they've made.
www.infodocket.com/...nara-releases-docsteach-app-for-ipad The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) released the app DocsTeach iPad app (version 1.0) about two weeks ago. From Fedscoop: The app allows iPad users to: Choose a historical era or topic to find an activity based on primary source documents such as the US Consti...
secondstory.com/project/nae-docsteach DocsTeach is a powerful suite of educational tools designed to connect students to the resources of the National Archives. With both an online experience and an iPad app, educators have unprecedented access to primary historical documents and can get the…
digitalcommons.imsa.edu/proflearningday/2012/history/6 Mar 2nd, 10:35 AM Mar 2nd, 11:35 AM. Session B-2: DocsTeach – An Online Tool for Teaching with National Archives Documents. Room A114. The latest National Archives web site, DOCSTEACH, invites teachers to explore thousands of documents in a variety of media from the National Archives holdings ...
https://www.graphite.org/app/national-archives-docsteach Is It Good For Learning? Instead of relying on highly engaging, interactive graphics and sound effects, National Archives DocsTeach takes a simpler approach.
teachingcivics.org/lesson/docsteach-we-the-people By The National Archives Experience: DocsTeach. Students examine the original and final drafts of the Constitution and evaluate the significance of the selection of the words “We the People.”
www.pelham-city.k12.ga.us/UserFiles/221/Docsteach%20org... DocsTeach.org . And . The Common Core Standards for History/Social Studies [Docsteach.org is an education website developed by the National Archives where teachers can access primary sources and classroom activities based
www.museumsandtheweb.com/mw2011/best/education/docsteach... DocsTeach provides a little alchemy in the classroom. Taking the rich, primary source documents available from the National Archives, this Web site bridges educators, archival materials, and the classroom.
collaborate.digitalvaults.org DocsTeach is a one-of-a-kind web site for educators, being developed by the National Archives and teachers participating in the Collaborate community. Please email or call to participate.
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blog.allmyfaves.com/technology/docsteach-the-tool... DocsTeach - The National Archives are reaching out to teachers and educators across the country, offering an amazing collection of primary resources of
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https://historytech.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/critical... When DocsTeach came out last fall, I mentioned how cool it looked and how it could help teachers use primary sources in the classroom. I really love the concept here. Use primary sources, integrate them into a tool that takes advantage of the latest technology and ask kids to think ...
starrpoints-educationworld.blogspot.com/2010/11/this... According to DocsTeach, "The National Archives has been encouraging teachers to use primary sources in the classroom since the late 1970s." One assumes with limited success -- until now.
wikis.ala.org/godort/index.php/DocsTeach http://docsteach.org/ Sponsored by the National Archives Help your students think through primary source documents for contextual understanding and to glean information to make informed judgments.
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www.aasl.ala.org/aaslblog/?p=4469 Friday Find — DocsTeach May 9, 2014 Posted by Susi Grissom in Check this out!. Tags: DocsTeach, Friday Finds, NARA trackback. This Friday Find is an excellent example of your tax dollars at work â€“ the DocsTeach site (http://docsteach.org), a part of the National Archives and Records ...
www.macworld.com/article/1154208/docsteachorg.html The National Archives has a new site for exploring its rich holdings. DocsTeach.org brings to life thousands of primary source documents like maps, photographs, letters, charts, audio, and video.
ows.edb.utexas.edu/site/antiracism/works-cited Abraham Lincoln: "Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C.." Web. 24 March 2011. < http://docsteach.org/documents/542063/detail?menu=closed&mode=search&sortBy=relevance&q=abraham+lincoln&commit=Go>.
www.sd13.org/.../2012/07/11/national-archives-docsteach DocsTeach is a site maintained by the National Archives and the Foundation for the National Archives. In addition to allowing access to over 4,000 primary source documents, the site provides a tool for allowing teachers to combine documents into activities.
blog.dearmyrtle.com/2010/09/nara-docsteach-online-tool... Washington, DC…Just in time for the start of a new school year, the National Archives announces the launch of www.DocsTeach.org, a new online tool for teaching with documents.
instructify.com/2010/11/02/docsteach-primarysource-history BY CHRISTOPHER PANNA. The National Archives has recently combined an interactive approach with their extraordinary collection of primary-source documents.
https://www.pinterest.com/usnatarchives/teaching-resources A whole variety of National Archives teaching and learning resources based on primary sources: topic-based DocsTeach pages, eBooks, YouTube, Historypin, iTunesU, and Document Analysis Worksheets.