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Found 5,233 Collections

 

Kentucky and Kentuckians

Collection about Kentucky and Kentuckians.
#iste2016
Maria Shockey
10
 

Planetary Exploration

#ISTE2016
Philip Mayhoffer
9
 

Civil Rights

#iste2016
Amanda Doleman
5
 

ISTEg

My first collection. It was made at #iste2016.

Karyn Dobda
5
 

Revolutionary War

#ISTE2016
Christy Kocjancic
7
 

Greek Art

#ISTE2016 collection for understanding
Liz Carrick
1
 

Guam History 1

Chamorro Month Information
Geraldine Pablo
1
 

Robots

#ISTE2016
Tanis Ockwell
10
 

Astronomy

Materials that will accompany a 3rd grade astronomy unit.
#ISTE2016
Jenna Oien
2
 

Louisiana Purchase

8th grade resources
#ISTE2016
Erin Kizziar
4
 

My first collection

#ISTE2016
Super cool stuff
Libby Ferrell
3
 

Alabama during the 1930s

A look at the South, specifically Alabama in the 1930s, to give context to To Kill a Mockingbird
#iste2016
Carrie McMullen
6
 

Denver

Colorado's crown jewel, Denver is a remarkable city with a rich history and a vibrant array of cultures. Explore this city, its history, and its people. #ISTE2016
Calvin Coolidge
24
 

Corsair

Mr. Ward
3
 

Plant Groups

vascular, nonvascular, monocot, dicot, seed-bearing, cone-bearing, spore-bearing
Charlotte Thornton
18
 

Lincoln Campaign Information

Some of Lincoln's Campaign Advertisements
Daniel Mares
5
 

Quilts

Quilting through history
Julie Erickson
2
 

Racism in America

Andrea Scroggy
70
 

Space Dinner

For our tasty dinner we will have tea, chicken, green beans and broccoli, mac and cheese, and cookies. Yum!
April Winder
5
 

School

What is it like at school?
Catherine Petuya
2
 

Harry Truman

Jason Oertling
5
 

Abraham Lincoln

Portrait
Victoria Jasztal
1
 

space lunch

Joyce Wilkinson
5
 

What makes you say that?: Marian Anderson in Concert at the Lincoln Memorial

This collection uses the Harvard Project Zero Visible Thinking routine for interpretation with justification. This routine helps students describe what they see or know and asks them to build explanations. The strategy is paired with photographs and an artwork from the National Museum of American History and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Using guided questions, students will look at a single event through multiple media formats.

Tags: William H. Johnson, Robert Scurlock, Marian Anderson, Easter 1939 concert, Lincoln Memorial
Melinda Welch
5
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