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Sam Wineburg
Margaret Jacks Professor of Education, and (by courtesy) History, Stanford University. RTs not necessarily endorsements. Views are my own, not those of SHEG.
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Joe Schmidt Dec 13
You know you are doing something right when you share the new book by and get this email from a history teacher!
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Sam Wineburg Dec 11
Thank you Erik. I try.
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Joe Schmidt Dec 11
This group of teachers just got a copy of the new book after hearing about the research from They also got a copy of that book too! With
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Erik Christensen Dec 9
Please x3 pick up 's latest book. It's a page turner that every social studies teacher should read. Easy weekend read, so I won't buy the "I don't have the time" argument. 😃 Why Learn History (When It’s Already on Your Phone)
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Sam Wineburg Dec 7
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Sam Wineburg Dec 7
Replying to @wcaleb @KevinMKruse
Fascism doesn’t come as a tsunami but as a slow, often imperceptible creep
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Sam Wineburg Dec 7
There’s only a few degrees of separation between debating convicted criminal D’Souza and a confirmed Holocaust denier on the fine points of historical evidence.
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Sam Wineburg Dec 4
Can your child tell fact from fake online, or . . . how to raise a source-savvy kid in the age of misinformation?
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Eric Pritchard Dec 4
Love what and have done for my history clasroom practice!
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Stanford University Dec 4
"In a democratic society, wherever we see the exercise of power in a public setting, the response it deserves is not gratitude but scrutiny." -
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Sam Wineburg Dec 3
Thanks for the kind words, Chris
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Sam Wineburg Dec 3
For my French followers,
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Sam Wineburg Dec 3
Indeed 180/day is nuts! has worked with to develop short assessments that give insight into the thinking behind the bubble. check out
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Sam Wineburg Dec 2
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Monita Bell Nov 29
One thing I love about doing ’s ‘The Mind Online’ podcast is that I get to have meaningful convos about digital literacy and equity. In episode four, I talk with and about those two things.
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Sam Wineburg Nov 29
Sorry, mandating 'media literacy' while leaving the conventional curriculum intact--science, history, civics, English-- is like painting a house that's tettering on its foundation.
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Alex Ford Nov 29
Suspect I am going to enjoy ‘s latest.
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Sherrod Brown Nov 27
As the Senate debated the GOP tax bill one year ago, senators listened as an expert witness confirmed that the bill would encourage corporations to close up factories here and move overseas.
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SHEG Nov 26
Teach students to source and contextualize historical sources with our new lesson on the Inca Empire:
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