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Discovery Ed is offering the beta release of their new Social Studies Techbook course offering, United States History (Civil War - Present). This middle school course will be fully available for the 2014 – 2015 school year, but with this special invitation you can access the beta course now through June 30, 2014 – free of charge.

As with our other Social Studies Techbook offerings, this course allows educators to:

  • Capture the imagination of students with compelling and exclusive Discovery videos and fascinating primary source documents from the Multimedia Reference Library, 
  • Engage ALL learners with the Core Interactive Text embedded with sound, images, and videos, 
  • Bring Social Studies to life with Digital Explorations and Interactive Maps, 
  • Link Social Studies to historical documents and events through the use of graphic organizers and primary source documents, and
Activate higher order critical thinking skills with Creative Writing Activities like You As a Journalist. To start your access, complete this form. Need some help getting started? Check out our archived Social Studies Techbook webinars here and keep an eye out for upcoming webinars focusing on United States History (Civil War – Present).

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Friday, November 22, 2013

Heads up Social Studies Teachers

Discovery Ed is offering the beta release of their new Social Studies Techbook course offering, United States History (Civil War - Present). This middle school course will be fully available for the 2014 – 2015 school year, but with this special invitation you can access the beta course now through June 30, 2014 – free of charge.

As with our other Social Studies Techbook offerings, this course allows educators to:

  • Capture the imagination of students with compelling and exclusive Discovery videos and fascinating primary source documents from the Multimedia Reference Library, 
  • Engage ALL learners with the Core Interactive Text embedded with sound, images, and videos, 
  • Bring Social Studies to life with Digital Explorations and Interactive Maps, 
  • Link Social Studies to historical documents and events through the use of graphic organizers and primary source documents, and
Activate higher order critical thinking skills with Creative Writing Activities like You As a Journalist. To start your access, complete this form. Need some help getting started? Check out our archived Social Studies Techbook webinars here and keep an eye out for upcoming webinars focusing on United States History (Civil War – Present).

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