Julie A. Cunningham

Academic Advisor

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-11-06

  • Lunch and play break! Then off to beat the blizzard to Berthoud. (@ City Park) http://t.co/An3JiiJQ #
  • Well now. That was an experience. Test scoring for hours. (@ Measured Progress) http://t.co/7v62e0ZW #
  • Learning about the Civil War through Primary Sources. http://t.co/Na97R4Aw (@ UNC @ Centerra) http://t.co/B9AuPI0t #
  • So happy to be here in a Teaching with Primary Sources workshop on Civil War… http://www.unctps.org #
  • Add a column to the end of your KWL chart… "W"for what I'm still wondering or "R" what to research now. #
  • Learn to use Civil War primary sources in your classroom http://t.co/pHfL0to0 #
  • Generating ideas to answer the question "What were the core issues related to slavery that divided the nation?" based on primary source docs #
  • @eccajoy Loving the new job, but feeling challenged. Teaching a small group is much different than a large group. Custom vs. mass. in reply to eccajoy #
  • I am constantly amazed at the power of a room full of educationally minded people dedicated to being life-long learners. #
  • Thinking Like a Historian Checklist http://t.co/i8OMBdg9 (from this http://www.unctps.org workshop) #
  • Just another plug for the Library of Congress' Teaching with Primary Sources program. Free. Awesome. Check it out. http://t.co/eRfLw2H4 #
  • Use multiple perspectives to help students keep the big picture in mind. (i.e. slaves and plantation owners) #
  • Teacher resources at the Library of Congress http://t.co/sJ7lvPPl #
  • Analysis tools from Library of Congress http://t.co/aLEGsM0i #
  • Classroom materials (lesson plans, themed resources, primary source sets, etc.) from LOC http://t.co/aW3C9XPk #
  • Themed resources on the Civil War (again, from Library of Congress) http://t.co/IQKUwcv1 #
  • "The Civil War Through a Child's Eye"Lesson Plan via http://t.co/aBBbywNA for 3rd-5th http://t.co/Kxz9IF3E #
  • Great list of civil war search terms when looking for primary sources http://t.co/MH79Ns7G #
  • Before there was Photoshop, there was "Does the Camera Ever Lie?" http://t.co/jHXExchP #
  • Lunch! 😀 After those gruesome pics titled "Effect of shell on Confederate Soldier at Gettysburg"….. hmmm. Eew. #

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