Monday, November 15, 2010

Catch of the Day - The Flow of History - 11/15/2010


The Flow of History is dedicated to the development and distribution of a history teaching method that encourages students to understand what happened in the distant and recent past and apply that knowledge to the world around them.


The Flow of History can help you bring about a change in the history classroom, giving students a deeper understanding of the past and enhancing their enjoyment of learning about it.


The Flow of History presents a series of about 200 cross-referenced flowcharts and over 100 multimedia presentations that help students see history as "a dynamic process of causes and effects, not just a meaningless list of names and dates."


Studies of learning patterns and neurological studies have shown that learning and retention are improved if information is communicated in multiple ways. The Flow of History approach takes advantage of natural learning patterns by using multimodal learning techniques and repetition. Students are presented with the same information in audible, textual, and visual formats.



1 comment:

Mrs. Tenkely said...

This is awesome! This would have revolutionized learning about history for me as a kid. I look forward to sharing the flow of history with others. Thanks!

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