5 You Tube Channels that Rock for Social Studies It can be difficult to keep students interested in the topic of history, but using upbeat and informational videos can be one way to keep students engaged.
Here's an interesting way to teach history--with infographics! A previous pinner writes: "Life was pretty difficult for a sailor in the age of exploration, and every day was filled with hard work, and back breaking labour.
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Sutoriis a great tool that allows you to create multimedia timelines. The product was just updated to include some features that make it better than ever. Users are now able to embed nearly anything into a Sutori including Flipgrids Padlets Quizlets Thinglinks Instagrams Buncees History Channel videos Prezi and Tweets as well as Google Docs Forms Slides Presentations and Maps. More option will be added in the near future. The other update is single sign-on for teachers and students using…
Way for teachers to make geography fun and exciting for students-some of these channels have a LOT of videos and some only have a few. Each link has a paragraph description of why the channel is beneficial for the class.