Description: Mr. Sims uses Doctopus to share documents with the class, pods, or groups. The program creates a unique folder for each student. This video demonstrates how to find it and add it to your drive.
Description: Central Historical Question: Were Lewis and Clark respectful to the Native Americans they met on their journey?
The PowerPoint in the video was downloaded and freely available at the Reading Like a Historian page at the Stanford History Education Group.
Description: A brief example of how to use Google Scholar. The specific example is Louis Armstrong through the lens of the Leadership and Legacy project being completed at Streamwood (IL) HS in American Studies, period 3/4 and 7/8.
Description: Short video example of using Google Book. The specific example used is Louis Armstrong for 2014-2015 American Studies project "Leadership and Legacy," periods 3/4 and 7/8 at Streamwood HS.
Description: This file contains explanations for the answers to the questions from this week's formative quizzes with references to the material where it can be found.
Sorry if I sound a bit tired.....I am tired.
2015/01/21 4:00 PM - Apparently so tired I copied and pasted the wrong portion of the text for the social classes in Spanish colonies. I am in the process of posting the correct selection in the shared document with the title of this video on Google Drive.
Description: This video was originally posted by HipHughes History on YouTube. It has been temporarily reposted here to allow students to view video at school. The school district proxy blocks YouTube for students.
Description: This is a HipHughes History video explaining the Articles of Confederation. It was originally posted on YouTube: http://youtu.be/QQtJNK5_8Uk
It is being temporarily posted here to allow student access to the video during the school day. YouTube is blocked by our district proxy server.