Roman US History 11

Welcome to the site we will create together.


This site is dedicated to collaboration, exploration and advancement of knowledge
Freedom High School
in Mrs. Roman's History classes. Every addition, correction or deletion to this site should be made for the benefit of all. Be accountable and responsible in all you do on this site.
Please view the video below. It is the easiest way to understand how the wiki works.



Mrs. Roman's Home Page - Mrs. Roman's Wiki Space Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.--Andrew Carnegie



Rules of the United States History Wiki World:

  1. All grade 11 US History students are expected to contribute to this site.
  2. Only constructive, well thought out and informed input is welcome. Any contributions that are inappropriate or incorrect will be either removed or corrected by students or their teacher.
  3. Main unit pages may not be edited by students, only topic pages within main units are for student editing.
  4. Links to external sites relevant to a particular topic are welcome.
  5. Links to news articles, websites, blogs or other wikis (such as Wikipedia) can be included in an edit if it is deemed to be useful in understanding the topic.
  6. Pictures or videos relating to the topics being studies may be added to a page, but only if they are appropriate to the page's topic.
  7. If you are not a student in grade 11 US History at Freedom High School, please do not edit this Wiki without permission.

"What wikis are and why we care: Wikis facilitate collaborative, constructist learning and that means enhanced learning. Wikis provide an easy-to-use tool for the social construction of knowledge, a key concept in understanding and appreciating history. You will use this simple, elegant tool, the wiki, to assist in the creation and dissemination of your collaborative research efforts. Put simply, you'll do original, creative historical research in which each group jointly researches, writes, and publishes their work."
SOURCE- WikiWorld