This is a page a webpage written by high school teachers for those who teach world history and want to find online content as well as technology that you can use in the classroom.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
After my in-service yesterday I was contacted by one of the teachers who pointed out that drawing maps (as opposed to labeling ones given to you) is a better way to learn. My kids always have to label two maps (once at the beginning of the unit and once for review). Now I am going to change that to they have to free hand draw it in Google Drawing the second time. Above is a video that shows you how. Basically you go to "insert," "line" and "scribble" to be able to do it (see picture above). I partially drew above by splitting the computer screen and laying my drawing and the picture side by side.