- — Eric Nelson (@FANgeopolitics)Mon, Oct 10 2016 22:59:59Welcome #sschat Looking forward to learning! TO START: Introduce yourself: Name? Where are you from? What’s your favorite content area unit?
- — Rachel Murat (@MrsMurat)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:00:01
- — Marco Cimino (@MrMCimino)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:00:02
- — Bill Chapman (@classroomtools)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:00:59Hi #sschat, this is Bill Chapman, a retired secondary social studies teacher, checking in from Berkeley, CA. If I have to choose, US History
- — UNCG Social Studies (@UNCGSocStudies)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:01:34Hi there...Wayne Journell from North Carolina...here with my middle grades methods students #sschat
- — Chael Milton (@42ThinkDeep)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:01:59Hi! I'm Michael from MA & one of the #sschat mods. I quite enjoy the French Revolution and early US. But I get excited about much.
- — John Kline (@EDUcre8ive)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:02:15Confesssion: I'm not T. Work for WeVideo which we find a lot of SS Ts use. Trying to learn a bit more. Ok if I participate? #sschat
- — Bill Chapman (@classroomtools)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:02:36Within US History, I most like to teach about the growing influence of propaganda in business & politics from 1900 onwards. #sschat
- — Corey W. Barringer (@c_barringer89)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:03:23
- — Chris Hitchcock (@CHitch94)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:03:52Chris from Bloomington, IN. Teach world history for private online HS. I'm also one of the #sschat mods. Love teaching Fr Rev & imperialism.
- — Bill Chapman (@classroomtools)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:04:24@emily_freeze Do you ever use woodcuts as primary sources? https://www.google.com/search?q=medieval+woodcuts&rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS522US522&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjj_Y63rNHPAhVB4mMKHf8hCpQQ_AUICCgB&biw=1332&bih=707 … #sschat
- — Eric Nelson (@FANgeopolitics)Mon, Oct 10 2016 23:04:53
#SSChat: Finding New Ways to Engage Students in Old Content with @FANGeopolitics
An #sschat discussion on 10/10
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