Mission: to target educational goals through inquiry-based strategies
NEW PUBLICATION AVAILABLE - From Caravels to the Constitution by Marjorie Duby at Creative Teaching Press.
Content: Blackline masters - Using word searches, hidden messages, analogies, anagrams, and creative puzzles, students will learn about history while they apply critical-thinking skills. This resource provides students with opportunities to organize and analyze information and to draw conclusions. Extension activities promote practical, informative, narrative, and expository writing skills to help meet the standards. 112 pages [LW405 - From Caravels to the Constitution - $13.99]
Presentations at Educational Conferences
- Focus: mathematics - - ATMNE Conference, Newport, R.I., November, 1990 - Applying NCTM Standards Using Effective Math Activities
- Focus: reading and technology - - International Reading Association, Orlando, Florida, May 6, 1998 (*)- Technology Session: Using Computers to Connect Students and Integrate the Content with Literature
- Focus: social studies and literature - - 30th Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies, March, 1999 - Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future: How can you effectively integrate museum education programs into your curriculum?
- Focus: social studies and literature - - 32th Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies, March, 2001 - America in 2001 - Who Are We and How Did We Get This Way? - - "Teaching About Colonial America"
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