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Stanford History Education Group Charting the future of teaching the past.
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SHEG Nov 7
In our new history lesson, students are asked to locate and read three senators' speeches in the Congressional Record to better understand the debate leading up to the Iraq Resolution:
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SHEG Nov 2
Our new assessment asks students to evaluate evidence presented in a Facebook conversation thread:
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Kelsey Greenwell Oct 30
Visit the website to learn more about digital literacy and learn how you can implement it in your classroom.
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SHEG Oct 30
Replying to @PDXsquirrel
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SHEG Oct 29
Measure students' chronological reasoning with our new assessment featuring documents relating to Mexican Americans' rights: …/mexican-american-rights
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SHEG Oct 25
Support students in navigating search results. Our new digital task:
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SHEG Oct 22
In our new lesson, students examine historical documents to investigate the purpose of the African American newspaper Freedom's Journal:
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SHEG Oct 18
Read Sam Wineburg’s latest op-ed on The Hill:
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SHEG Oct 16
Can students sort through the comments section of a news website? Our digital assessment asks students to evaluate the relative strengths of two arguments posted in response to a news story.
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SHEG Oct 11
What were attitudes toward the armistice ending World War I? In our new history lesson, students examine two accounts and two newspaper articles to answer:
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SHEG Oct 8
Measure students' ability to recognize and differentiate news and opinion articles in an online format. Our new digital assessment:
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Usable Knowledge Oct 7
Teachers: Looking for ways to teach about and the importance of fact-checking and digital literacy? Check out and for tips, suggest and .
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SHEG Oct 3
In our new lesson, students use the internet to investigate the reliability of a historical claim made on Twitter about the Equal Rights Amendment:
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Jacquelyn Whiting Oct 2
Check out these awesome lessons from for authentically embedding and civic online reasoning in your content instruction, includes rubrics and anchor responses!
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SHEG Oct 1
Why California’s new media literacy law for schools could backfire, the latest from :
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SHEG Sep 26
Gauge students' ability to contextualize two historical photographs. Our latest assessment:
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SHEG Sep 24
Sam Wineburg discusses his newest book in an interview featured in Slate:
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SHEG Sep 19
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Josh Blanchfield Sep 18
Snapshot Autobiography share out!
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SHEG Sep 17
Why did senators oppose joining the League of Nations in 1919? In our newest lesson, students examine speeches delivered by various senators to answer this question.
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