Intentional Use of Images (History Tech #34)

by Glenn Wiebe on July 6, 2015

in History Tech, Podcasts

davis1Every social studies teacher knows that students are able to get a better sense of the historical period they are studying if they have images (photographs, maps, etc.) to view. Their understanding and historical thinking skills are further enhanced if we provide them with strategies to use as they analyze and interpret those primary sources. Join Glenn as he discusses the quadrant process and visual discrepant event inquiry as two ways to help students get the most out of their resources.

Glenn’s Tip of the Week – Visual Discrepant Event Inquiry

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