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  • Beyond the Bubble
    Login with your SUNetID Username Password Create new account Request new password Search this site Upcoming Events Oct 17th 2014 LAUSD Professional Development Workshop Los Angeles California Sep 22nd 2014 Curriculum and Instruction in History and Social Science Stanford University Stanford CA Most Viewed Assessments Civil Rights Movement in Context This assessment measures students ability to contextualize two historical documents and place them in the correct chronological order Document A

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  • Core assessments | Beyond the Bubble
    then asked to explain how each of these disparate accounts supports the same historical conclusion many Americans opposed the war in the Philippines Historical content American Imperialism Historical skills Contextualization Sourcing Use of evidence Common Core 1 Gr 6 12 4 Gr 6 12 6 Gr 6 12 8 Gr 11 12 9 Gr 9 12 Same assessment type Explosion of the USS Maine The KKK in the 1870s Clay s American System Lynching Controversy Rockefeller The Role of Women Connections to the Philippine American War This question assesses students historical knowledge but does so in a way that transcends the rote recall of facts To know history is to see connections between events across time This assessment asks students to draw on their knowledge of the past to construct an argument about how two events are connected Historical content American Imperialism Historical skills Background knowledge Contextualization Corroboration Common Core 1 Gr 6 12 Same assessment type The War of 1812 Breadlines in the 1930s Attack on Fort Sumter Evacuating Japanese Americans Apartheid in South Africa China s Cultural Revolution Appeasement at Munich Tennis Court Oath Seville Quran Tupac Amaru II Edison and the Kansas Housewife This exercise measures sourcing and contextualization Students read a letter from a Kansas housewife to Thomas Edison Students then select two facts that help them determine whether Mrs Lathrop was typical of American women in the 1920s Students must select the facts that allow them to explain why Mrs Lathrop was atypical Historical content World War I and the 1920s Historical skills Contextualization Sourcing Common Core 1 Gr 6 12 4 Gr 6 12 6 Gr 6 8 7 Gr 9 12 8 Gr 9 12 Same assessment type Labor Movement in the 1930s Debate Over the League of Nations Unions in Paterson New Jersey This assessment gauges students ability to source and contextualize a document Students first listen to an excerpt from an interview with Marianna Costa a union leader from Paterson New Jersey Students then analyze four historical facts and determine which ones can help determine whether Costa s account of union accomplishments is historically reliable Historical content The New Deal and World War II Historical skills Contextualization Sourcing Use of evidence Common Core 1 Gr 6 12 6 Gr 6 8 7 Gr 11 12 8 Gr 6 12 Same assessment type Post Civil War South Traders in the West Portrait of an Iroquois Leader Seven Years War The Virginia Company John Brown s Legacy This assessment gauges students ability to source and contextualize a document Students must first situate a playbill in time Students then select facts that might provide relevant historical context for determining the authors motivation and explain how the facts might shed light on why the authors wrote the play Historical content The New Deal and World War II Historical skills Contextualization Sourcing Common Core 1 Gr 6 12 4 Gr 6 12 6 Gr 6 8 7 Gr 6 8 Same assessment type Creating Columbus Day

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  • Our approach | Beyond the Bubble
    Brazil studying the events leading up to the Homestead Strike or pouring over imperial records from Japan s Meiji Restoration historians think about when a source was produced who wrote it and for what purpose A historian examining a map drawn by John Smith in 1608 wants to know What else was going on Was the map created for the purpose of charting a route up the Chesapeake or to convince investors in England that their money was being well spent Source John Smith A True Relation of Virginia 1608 A historian examining a photograph taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936 wants to know Was Lange s photo taken to dramatize the misery of the Dustbowl or to drum up support for Roosevelt s social programs or both Source Dorothea Lange Migrant Mother 1936 Beyond the Bubble assessments focus on the following aspects of historical knowing Evaluation of evidence involves the critical assessment of historical sources It includes the following Sourcing asks students to consider who wrote a document as well as the circumstances of its creation Who authored a given document When For what purpose Contextualization asks students to locate a document in time and place and to understand how these factors shape its content Corroboration asks students to consider details across multiple sources to determine points of agreement and disagreement Historical knowledge encompasses various ways of knowing about the past including Historical information is the recognition and recall of important factual data Significance requires students to evaluate the importance of people and events Periodization asks students to group ideas and events by era Narrative is deep knowledge of how the past unfolded over time Historical argumentation requires the articulation of historical claims and the use of evidence to support them Common Core State Standards Our assessments closely align

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  • About us | Beyond the Bubble
    sources to engage students develop their critical thinking skills and construct knowledge Learn more about the Library s TPS program and other resources available to teachers at www loc gov teachers Project Directors Sam Wineburg Margaret Jacks Professor of Education and Professor of History by courtesy heads the Stanford History Education Group His scholarship has been featured in The New York Times The Washington Post USA Today and on NPR and C SPAN His 2003 book Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts Charting the Future of Teaching the Past received the Frederic W Ness Award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities Mark Smith is the assistant director of Stanford s Teaching with Primary Sources program He earned a Ph D from the Stanford Graduate School of Education in 2014 He also holds a M A in social studies education from the University of Iowa and a B A in history from the University of Northern Iowa Mark also teaches part time at the Castilleja School in Palo Alto California Previously he taught history in Cedar Rapids Iowa and Plano Texas His research focuses on history assessment Joel Breakstone is the director of the Stanford History Education Group He received a Ph D from the Stanford Graduate School of Education in 2013 He also holds a B A in history from Brown University and a M A in Liberal Studies from Dartmouth College He taught high school history in Thetford Vermont He currently studies how teachers use assessment data to inform instruction Project Associates Rob Lucas is an assistant professor at the College of Education at East Carolina University He holds a B A in Social Studies and an M Ed in educational technology from Harvard and a Ph D in education from Stanford Previously he taught middle school

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  • Contact | Beyond the Bubble
    below Your name Your e mail address Subject Message CAPTCHA Help us fight spam Math question 3 1 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Stanford University 485 Lasuen Mall Stanford California 94305 650 725 4411 Terms of use Copyright complaints Beyond the Bubble by Stanford History Education Group is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 3 0 Unported License

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  • History Assessments of Thinking | Beyond the Bubble
    485 Lasuen Mall Stanford California 94305 650 725 4411 Terms of use Copyright complaints Beyond the Bubble by Stanford History Education Group is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 3 0 Unported License Content created and featured in partnership

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  • LAUSD Professional Development Workshop | Beyond the Bubble
    lead a professional development workshop for Los Angeles Unified School District social studies teachers on October 17th and 18th Upcoming events Oct 17th 2014 LAUSD Professional Development Workshop Los Angeles California Sep 22nd 2014 Curriculum and Instruction in History and Social Science Stanford University Stanford CA Links Stanford University 485 Lasuen Mall Stanford California 94305 650 725 4411 Terms of use Copyright complaints Beyond the Bubble by Stanford History Education

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  • Curriculum and Instruction in History and Social Science | Beyond the Bubble
    in fall 2014 This course will cover the methodology of history instruction teaching for historical thinking and reasoning link the goals of teaching history with literacy explore curriculum trends and provide opportunities to develop teaching and resource units Upcoming events Oct 17th 2014 LAUSD Professional Development Workshop Los Angeles California Sep 22nd 2014 Curriculum and Instruction in History and Social Science Stanford University Stanford CA Links Stanford University 485 Lasuen

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