Blog Posts - Social Studies



Not in Buffalo: I think we've covered the Mayans!

After our great experience last year with my friend in a different part of Guatemala, we decided to go to Antigua to explore more Mayan culture and, of course, some Spanish colonial history.  After loads of church ruins and museums, we decided t...
by Homeschooling In Buffalo on Feb 5, 2015

Exploring our World: High School Studies of Ancient History, American Government and Economics

Welcome to the 4th year of the Virtual Curriculum Fair  which was started by Susan at Homeschooling Hearts & Minds.  Exploring Our World: Social Studies and more Science—includes history, geography, world cultures, worldview, biol...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jan 19, 2015

LET Reviewer in GENERAL EDUCATION Part 1

GENERAL EDUCATION TEST 1 Part 11. Teachers always remind us that “time is gold”. This meansa. Time can be boughtb. Time can be measuredc. Time is preciousd. Time lost can never be retrieved2. “He is known as a political butterfly”, the congre...
by INFINITHINK on Dec 13, 2014

Registrar, assistant Prof. & others Recruitment@ ANSISS, Patna

Registrar, assistant Prof. & others Recruitment@ ANSISS, Patna- A N SINHA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL STUDIES PATNA invited application in tje require format for the vacant post of Registrar, assistant Prof.… Read the rest...
by All Sarkari Naukri on Dec 2, 2014

Social Studies Coloring Pages

Social Studies Coloring Pages – Have Fun Teachinghttp://www.havefunteaching.com/worksheets/coloring-pages/social-studies-coloring-pages...
by Free Worksheets on Nov 3, 2014

Learning About Cowboys Through Our Stomachs

Depending upon where you live, you might have kids with a natural love of Cowboys. While we are up in Alaska, the idea of wearing cool boots and a BIG hat along with working with animals and eating stick to your ribs food has my boys thinking cowboys...
by Day by Day in Our World on Sep 29, 2014

Using Minecraft to Teach Government and Economics

To some adults it may just seem like video games, but an award winning social studies teacher has obtained a grant for using Minecraft to […]...
by How To Learn on Aug 12, 2014

No More Social Studies Textbooks

There will be no more social studies textbooks for students whose districts have opted to purchase electronic versions to replace outdated texts. Metro Nashville Public […]...
by How To Learn on Aug 8, 2014

This is America, Charlie Brown!

We’ve shared in the past a few reviews with Charlie Brown and his friends.  I thought it only fitting to have my review of This is America, Charlie Brown!  go live on the 4th of July as one... Below are summaries of each post. Please co...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 4, 2014

This is America, Charlie Brown!

We’ve shared in the past a few reviews with Charlie Brown and his friends.  I thought it only fitting to have my review of This is America, Charlie Brown!  go live on the 4th of July as one of the episodes in this series has a strong conn...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 4, 2014

Experience History Through Music by Diana Waring Presents

  In the past few weeks, I’ve shared several posts related to the launch of Diana Waring Presents’ Experience History Through Music.  There’s an awesome $700+ value giveaway(which you can still enter!).  I hosted a short intervie...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jul 1, 2014

Learning Ancient History with Omnibus 1 from Veritas Press (Review)

As much as I love homeschooling my boys, I have reached the point where I enjoy ‘outsourcing’ some of their work.  Online learning is one path that we have begun incorporating into our homeschool.  This summer has seen my rising 9th gra...
by Day by Day in Our World on Jun 28, 2014

Common Core and Social Studies

With attention on math and science, one overlooked area of curriculum planning appears to be Common Core and Social Studies, or how social studies can […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 18, 2014

Ma. Fe Ele on Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies

Name: Ma. Fe Ele Course Taken: Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies Present Employer: TRCS   Why did you choose to take the course you did? My father advised me to get this course.   What was the most interesting thing a...

Using CLIL to Kill Two Birds With One Stone

CLIL or Content Language Integrated Learning is becoming quite the buzzword in language learning circles. Basically, it's teaching a subject using English to students who don't speak English as their native language. An example of this would be to te...
by TEFL Tips on May 16, 2014

Playlist #13 : Toute la pluie tombe sur moi.

Long but effective playlist for your rainy days and nights, from ambient to bitch house, from Rihanna to Hauschka, from Anoraak to Ben Lukas Boysen. Cet article Playlist #13 : Toute la pluie tombe sur moi. est apparu en premier sur gwendalperrin.net.

Really Covering Citizenship - School Board Election Time

Tonight we attended a session with the candidates for the Buffalo Board of Education at the Merriweather branch library.  First of all, for those of you not from the state of New York, yes, school board elections are in May, not in November with...
by Homeschooling In Buffalo on Apr 24, 2014

Expanding our Horizons in Guatemala Meets Escaping Buffalo in January

Several months ago, at the age of 34, I got my very first passport.  I was always nervous to travel abroad.  I am sure part of it was the propaganda about traveling to certain places.  However, most of the time I think I was intimidate...
by Homeschooling In Buffalo on Feb 25, 2014

Making Nations, Creating Strangers (African Social Studies Series)

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by Book Store on Feb 15, 2014

Living in the Shadow of the Large Dams: Long Term Responses of Downstream and Lakeside Communities of Ghana's Volta River Project (African Social Studies Series)

Living in the Shadow of the Large Dams: Long Term Responses of Downstream and Lakeside Communities of Ghana's Volta River Project (African Social Studies Series)Living in the Shadow of the Large Dams: Long Term Responses of Downstream and Lakeside Co...
by Book Store on Feb 15, 2014


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