By D. Antonio Cantu et al. Replete with worksheets, instructional models, graphic organizers, sample objectives, unit and lesson plans, assessment ideas, websites, and "grabber" learning activities, this nourishing resource is designed to help middle and high school teachers (and their students) thrive in a technological world. Sample chapters: "Teaching Early American History: A Curricular Model for Integrating Online Resources," "Active Learning: World History and the Internet," "Sequential Lesson Plan Frameworks," "Teaching Authentic History," "Cooperative Learning," and "AP Assessment Strategies." Index. Appendixes. Bibliography. Chapter notes. Sharpe. 361 pages. ©2003.
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