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Stanford History Education Group Charting the future of teaching the past.
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SHEG Jun 28
Replying to @CHSSP_SO
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SHEG Jun 27
Thank you to for naming us as one of 2018's best websites for teaching and learning!
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Teaching with the LC Jun 27
Congrats to Engaging Congress & for being honored as a best app & a best website for Teaching and Learning by . Both received grants from Teaching w/ Primary Sources program.
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Usable Knowledge Jun 10
One way to discern from real: Read laterally, not vertically. Teach students to cross-check facts on other websites, rather than evaluating a source on its own.
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Sam Wineburg Jun 10
BBC World Service features research on becoming thoughtful digital citizens, "You Can Handle the Truth", at ~minute 25:00
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Sam Wineburg Jun 8
Rarely has a journalist so accurately captured the essence of our digital work and taken it to the next level by spelling out, with incandescent clarity, its practical implications Bravo
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Brilee Weaver Jun 7
I've gathered together some key takeaways from 's research. Read my latest on 's 👇🏻
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Rob McEntarffer Jun 6
Important article about important media literacy skills from "Why we need a new approach to teaching digital literacy cc
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Historychappy May 31
Historical Thinking Chart from ... History Teachers in the British system might find this useful, too! Really useful resource. 🇺🇸🇬🇧
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TRSE May 31
Their work has been featured in the and ; see 's article on civic online reasoning in the latest issue of TRSE!
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TRSE May 29
NEW ARTICLE! "Can Students Evaluate Online Sources? Learning From Assessments of Civic Online Reasoning" by Sarah McGrew, , Teresa Ortega, Mark Smith, & of the
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Jeff Kash May 29
New Civic Online Reasoning poster from
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SHEG May 25
Our new civic online reasoning classroom poster reminds students to evaluate information online by asking the following questions: • Who's behind the information? • What's the evidence? • What do other sources say? Available to download at
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Journal of Am. Hist. May 24
"Would students attend to a document's bibliographic information when judging its evidentiary value?" , Mark Smith, & of examine what is being learned in college classes
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Rachel Reaves May 22
It’s a week before state testing, Ss are reading primary source documents, and literally every student is working MAKE THIS MAGIC LAST FOREVER 🌈🦄✨ thx
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TRSE May 23
NEW ISSUE! Volume 46, Issue 2 is now online! Articles from ( ), Tamara Shreiner, (), & & book reviews by & Terrie Epstein
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SHEG May 17
Congrats to SHEG's Sarah McGrew for being selected as a 2018 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellow! To read about Sarah's research project, "Teaching in a Post-Truth Era: Supporting Students to Reason about Online Information," visit
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Glenn Wiebe May 8
Theme of 2018 KS SS conference is: We Can Do It: Creating Civically Engaged Students in the Sunflower State. Joel Breakstone from is headliner but we're also looking for breakout presenters! Interested?
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SHEG May 2
We're looking for more high school teachers to pilot new SHEG assessments! If you're willing to help and will have some time before the end of the school year, please email us at sheg@gse.stanford.edu.
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Stanford Education May 1
A new project led by will create educational materials for teachers to help students better spot fake information online:
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