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www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2014/05/how-i-teach-history/361459

May 1, 2014 ... In American history, I start each unit by making obvious the ... their views on affirmative action—particularly as the policy relates to college ...

www.homeschoolacademy.com/blog/how-to-make-history-fun

Apr 21, 2017 ... Fun ways to make history fun for your homeschoolers! ... After high school, I went on to study music and business at college where I found a ...

www.notgrass.com/notgrass/how-to-make-history-interesting-by-ray-notgrass.html

Feb 8, 2016 ... Theodore Roosevelt suffered from severe asthma as a child. He overcame this difficulty by a strong determination to succeed. He attended ...

www.makeuseof.com/tag/teaching-history-csi-style

Feb 24, 2010 ... How do history teacher's make learning fun these days? ... Assistant Professor of Educational Technology at the College of William and Mary, ...

www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/refuse-to-be-a-boring-teacher

Oct 10, 2015 ... How do we have more fun? One study of student boredom suggested that almost 60% of students find at least half their lectures boring, with ...

www.pinterest.com/explore/history-projects

See more ideas about Teaching history, Social studies and 4th grade social ... Making content relevant to students' experience and teaching without talking. ..... Learn history with Project Passport - lots of fun hands-on projects perfect for ...

www.thoughtco.com/ways-to-keep-your-class-interesting-4061719

Jul 5, 2016 ... Have you ever been teaching a class and look over at your students to find them starring into outer space? Just when you think you have ...

www.edutopia.org/blog/teaching-history-outside-the-box-dan-carlin

Jun 10, 2014 ... Of course the idea is funny to the audience because the answers of the ... History is full of all the elements that make great entertainment: drama, ... a love of history from their pre-college exposure to the subject, I would ...

www.bu.edu/history/undergraduate-program/why-study-history

College history is not designed around state-mandated textbooks or standardized tests. Yes, like in any field, you have to remember stuff. It's college. But the ...