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No Right Brain Left Behind

History classes have created a new approach to studying major historical events. Amsterdam-based school, 4e Gymnasium, has taken advantage of the popularity of Facebook and the user-friendly Timeline feature to inspire a curriculum. The page allows students to create posts, link various media, and create dialogue with fellow classmates.

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  • Kimberly Garcia

    Interesting method, especially since technology is used in our lives every single day.

  • Aishwarya

    That's a new way of looking at it. I wonder how they make the timelines fit so well...I need lessons.