• Breaking the Humdrum of “Post Once & Reply to 2” Online Discussions
  • Introduction
  • Alternate History
  • Case Study
  • Challenge Questions
  • Debate
  • In The News
  • Mix Up Introductions
  • Reflection
  • Small Group Share
  • Student Showcase
  • Student Facilitation
  • Timeline Collaboration
  • Additional Resources
  • Download
  • Translations
  • Additional Resources


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