For the Engineering students out there who like working with car designs!

17+ Futuristic Car Designs from Visionaries of the Past — from by Christopher McFadden Here are 17+ interesting futuristic car designs from the past that […]

New research platform: Van Gogh Worldwide

The new digital platform Van Gogh Worldwide [was launched 11/5/20]. It is a unique, innovative platform publishing information to a high academic standard, and brings together […]

Exploring Local History During Remote Learning

Even when much of our time is spent at home, learners and educators can still get out and explore history. We can even do so […]

Keywords: World War Two events

Just a quick review resource for EAL learners. Our Year 9s were studying key events in WW2, including: Dunkirk Evacuations The Blitz Rationing Here are […]

Hmmm…”Trends in income from 1975 to 2018″ [Price & Edwards, Rand Corporation]

From DSC: I hesitate to post this one…but this information and the phenomenon behind it likely has impacted what’s happening in the higher education space. […]

Remembering Microsoft Internet Explorer (1995–2021)

Last month, Microsoft announced that it would no longer support the Internet Explorer browser beginning in 2021. Once the dominant way to access the web, […]

Old Tweets (04) / #100DaysToOffload

That moment when you get a notification on Twitter about the activity on your tweets, and then you realise that you’ve just had a RT […]

The Big List of Remote Learning Social Studies Resources

Earlier this week, we took a look a several places educators can find engaging STEM and STEAM resources designed for remote learning. In this post, […]

Hypertext Docs: Teaching the Bonus March

July 28th marks the 88th anniversary of the clash that ended the U.S. veteran’s protest movement known as the Bonus Army, or Bonus March. Today, […]

Digital Resources for Independence Day

In the U.S., July 4 marks Independence Day, a holiday that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration signaled a turning point […]

Understanding This Moment through Civic Education

Educators of every kind work to equip their students with the knowledge and thinking skills they need to be happy, healthy, and to make positive […]

StoryMap JS: Creating Immersive Social Studies Education

Teaching social studies subjects — history, civics, geography, and more — can be a challenge. Multiple elements of time and space are required to create […]

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