edMe Social Studies

edMe Apps’ interactive platform supports students learning from primary sources and nonfictional accounts.

Historical documents are the foundation of our society. However, they are also very dense. Our apps meet students where they are by helping them learn the vocabulary and meaning of each part of these documents.

 

Primary documents

We are building out these apps this summer to include the historical documents that are the foundation of our democracy.

Our current apps:

  1. edMe SS: Declaration of Independence Google Play Icon. Amazon Appstore Icon. Apple App Store Icon.
  2. edMe SS: Constitution (in development)
  3. edMe SS: Bill of Rights (in development)

If you already have materials that help students work with primary documents, please reach out to us!

Primary accounts

There are lots of first-hand accounts that document critical history. These books document the day-to-day experiences of people engaging in history’s biggest moments. We provide the support necessary for students to engage with these texts independently.

Our current apps:

  1. edMe SS: Frederick Douglass autobiography Google Play Icon. Amazon Appstore Icon. Apple App Store Icon.
  2. edMe SS: The Diary of Anne Frank (in development)
  3. edMe SS: Matthew Henson (in development)

If you already have materials that help students work with primary accounts like those listed above, please reach out to us!

 

Museums and artifacts

We have a particular passion for celebrating museums and historical places. We highlight the online materials from these organizations so that

  1. edMe SS: MLK Jr. Google Play Icon. Amazon Appstore Icon. Apple App Store Icon.
  2. edMe SS: Fort Necessity Google Play Icon.

If you already have materials that help students work with primary accounts like those listed above, please reach out to us!

 

 

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