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Wednesday, July 27 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Beyond Document Analysis: Creating Online Primary Source-Based Activities with DocsTeach.org from the National Archives

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Launched one year ago, thousands of educators around the world have joined the DocsTeach community to locate primary sources and learning activities for their classrooms, borrow from fellow teachers’ work and create their own interactive online learning activities centered on historical thinking skills. This session will highlight the tools available on DocsTeach.org from the National Archives Experience with a focus on constructing assignments that let students build upon basic document-analysis skills to think critically and meaningfully engage with primary sources. For first-time or existing DocsTeach users, attendees will become familiar with the following aspects of DocsTeach.org:

  • Locating Primary Sources
  • Creating Online Activities
  • Interpreting Data, Weighing the Evidence, Mapping History, Making Connections, Seeing the Big Picture, Finding a Sequence, Focusing on Details tools
  • Scaffolding with Primary-Source Based Activities
  • Designing DocsTeach Classrooms for multi-step lessons or units

 


Speakers
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Stephanie Greenhut

Education Technology Specialist, National Archives
I'm the project manager for DocsTeach.org, the online tool for teaching with documents from the National Archives. I also create educational resources, including web and mobile instructional materials and tools, and manage our web and social media platforms for educators. I joined the National Archives in 2008 after teaching history and law to middle and high school students.


Wednesday July 27, 2011 1:00pm - 2:00pm
St. James - 4th Floor (C wing)