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SOAR Worldwide

The Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief (SOAR) provides humanitarian relief to orphaned Armenian children worldwide. Our Programs, developed by our international Chapters, offer direct and sustained educational interaction with the orphaned children we support in Armenia.

Perspectives on Global Citizenship: Q Methodology in the Classroom

This study presents Q methodology, the quantitative study of subjectivity, to understand high school students’ attitudes toward global citizenship at the classroom level. Teachers and researchers can use the information from this tool to ensure that curriculum is effectively moving students toward attitudes of global competence, global social responsibility, and global civic engagement.

Go Global - Increase the Peace

By Skyping, e-mailing and exchanging student-created videos with international pen pals, students have an exciting and relevant cross-cultural learning experience that broadens their perspective and fosters global citizenship. Students then use that real-world experience to explore big inquiries: “What can we learn from other countries?” “Are we more alike or more different from people in other countries?” (For a more interactive experience, please download the free "Nearpod" app before this session).

Going Outside the Four Walls

Have you ever considered taking your students outside of the classroom to learn geography and at the same time see connections to science, math, and language arts? This presentation will provide an overview of one teacher's experience in creating a real-world on-going investigation into water quality using a local water source.

Human Trafficking Prevention Education

You will experience an overview of our Human Trafficking Prevention Education. It was created to eradicate trafficking from occurring in our schools and among our nation’s youth through education about the facts and lures of trafficking affecting their generation, while investing in character and leadership development. The program equips students to become abolitionist leaders, bringing lasting change for our community.

Outstanding Social Studies Teacher of the Year Panel

Enhance your teaching strategies toolbox by joining the 2015 Outstanding Social Studies Teachers of the Year as they share how they used tools such as the C3 Framework and NCSS Themes to bring their instruction to the next level by engaging students in meaningful learning.

PolitiCraft: An Action Civics Card Game

PolitiCraft is a multiplayer role-playing card game that makes learning civics fun; the first interactive civics platform aligned with the C3 Framework that allows you to play through the U.S. political process anytime, anywhere, and with anyone.

Teaching the Holocaust

Get a glimpse of the Southern Institute for Education and Research at Tulane University's summer 2016 workshop, which will explore the lives on Holocaust survivors who emigrated to New Orleans after World War II.

26 Sure-Fire Ideas for Teaching Civics

Fast-paced, fun session with 26 ideas, one for each of the 26 members of the Civics Renewal Network, that you can take back and use in your classroom.

Foreign Currency and Foreign Exchange

Experience a simulation that helps teach about exchange rates and the purchase of foreign goods. Learn about what factors influence international exchange rates.


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