It’s that time again! Students are back at school, or heading back soon, after ten to twelve weeks off. Summer provides a welcome break for most students and teachers, but how does the traditional ten-month school calendar affect student performance? What does the research say? The deficits that occur from “summer fade” most often affect … Continue reading The 10-month School Calendar: A Vestige of the Past?
In the last decade, GIS has dominated the discipline of Geography. It has also started to reshape the way history is taught. But what exactly is GIS? How does it work? How can it be applied to the the teaching of history? And what are some options for using GIS in classrooms? What is GIS? … Continue reading Using GIS in Geography and History Classrooms