Classes

Portrait Parle class

2014 Class Posts:
Course Calendar
 (91 kb pdf)

  1. Aug 25  Designing a Teacher ~ Questioning a Document
  2. Sept 1 Designing Lessons / Social Media Audits
  3. Sept 8: Peer Review / WordPress Tutorial
  4. Sept 15: Historical Thinking
  5. Sept 22:  Historic Thinking Part II / Twitter #sschat
  6. Sept 29: Learning and New Digital Literacy
  7. Oct 6: Teaching with Documents
  8. Oct 17: Teaching with Your Mouth Shut
  9. Oct 27:  Work Session
  10. Nov 3: Hosting #sschat / Get Started with iBooks Author
  11. Nov 10: Using Mock Trials in the Classroom
  12. Nov 17: Role Playing Competing Visions of Human Rights
  13. Nov 24: Working with iBooks Author
  14. Dec 2: Proofing Our DBQs

 


 

2013 Class Posts:

  1. Aug 30 Question the Document ~ Design A Teacher  
  2. Sept 2 Thinking About Thinking  
  3. Sept 9 Using the Lesson Study Process  
  4. Sept 16 Teaching With Documents 
  5. Sept 23 Exploring Project Based Learning
  6. Sept 30 Work Session at Nikkei Legacy Center
  7. Oct 7 Lesson Study II Fishbowl / Nikkei Planning
  8. Oct 21: Report, Regroup, Goal Setting
  9. Oct 28: DBQ Project Showcase / Sites for Social Studies / Fishbowl Continues
  10. Nov 4: Role Playing: Beyond Manifest Destiny: America Enters the Age of Imperialism
  11. Nov 11: Mock Trials in the Classroom
  12. Nov 18: Publishing our DBQs with iBooks Author
  13. Nov 25: Working on iBooks
  14. Dec 2: Proofing our iBook

 


“Portrait Parle class, France” [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]

Image credit: Library of Congress LC-DIG-ggbain-09570 

Notes:  Photo shows class studying the Bertillon method of criminal identification, developed by the French criminologist Alphonse Bertillon (1853-1914).
(Source: Flickr Commons project, 2010)
Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

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