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15 Free Web Tools for Elementary Social Studies

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There are many resources on the Web to supplement your Social Studies curriculum and engage young learners, but finding the best ones can be time-consuming and a bit of a challenge. Join Monica Burns as she shares 15 of her favorite free Web tools that are perfect for the elementary social studies classroom. You'll learn about sites that breathe life into your lessons, while helping students understand key concepts. These Web tools will help you kick off a new lesson, find multimedia to share with students, locate informational text that supports social studies instruction, and more!

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Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Social Studies
Last aired on: Saturday, April 11, 2015 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Web Tool Overviews
Tags: Elementary, history, social studies, web tools

Reviews (8)

Full Member
Great presentation.
Full Member
Always good to have new ideas
Full Member
Thanks for the new sites I may reference.
Basic Member
Nice sites! I didn't see some of them before. I will explore them. I am looking at some of the comments, and I think it is no so nice. As you see I am looking for new sites. I think there are different levels here and also not everyone has access to internet either. I still think it was a phenomenal webinar. Thank you for sharing your time!
Full Member
It is nice to refresh some websites that I haven't used for a long time. Thanks! I enjoyed it!
Basic Member
Most of these sites have been around for some time, but I appreciate Monica's information and insight.
Basic Member
Thank you Monica, a session filled with resource. A great webinar to explore different websites.
Basic Member
This was not a webinar. It was simply a list of websites. I would have appreciated less of a list and more of Ms. Burns demonstrating how she would use these tools with students. This was an utterly disappointing half and hour.
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