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Associate Professor in social studies and middle grades

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At 6:48am on August 29, 2009, Lynn Marentette said…

My daughter would like to major in public history. She would like to work for a museum. She is a serious history buff. She isn't convinced that she'd like to teach history in a school setting.

She is so enthusiastic about history that she can enchant anyone to become interested in even the most boring historical trivia. She wants to be close to real history and historical documents/artifacts, and bring history to life, rather than have students read through huge history textbooks.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
At 10:44pm on December 25, 2008, Jack said…
Hi John! Hope you're enjoying the winter break. I was wondering if you, your educator contacts or students would be interested in participating in a Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. We'd really like to get NC students involved. Please let me know. Thanks!
At 9:56am on December 13, 2008, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi John,

With your interest in digital history, I'm sure you're aware their's a lot you can do online.

I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's web based power point presentation platform. Both have feature rich free basic service that I think you'll find useful and easy to use.

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Digital history in the classroom

Posted on December 10, 2008 at 11:39pm 0 Comments

Over the last 20 years, online representations of historical content have begun to fundamentally reshape the historical studies landscape. Examples abound from Google's recent unveiling of 2 million digitized historical photographs from Life magazine to the wonderfully rich collection of historical documents available at American Memory to the… Continue


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