Secondary Level-High School
This interactive presentation examines strategies for teaching the evolution of U.S./Cuba relations as chronicled by Cuban-American voices. Participants will use a method for analyzing narratives aligned with the C3 framework.
American and Korean teaching styles differ widely, yet each can learn valuable lessons from the other. This will truly combine the best of both worlds!
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ADA which sought to end unjustified segregation and exclusion to people with disabilities. Learn to further the legacy of the ADA in your hometown!
In this interactive session participants learn how to integrate photographs into their teaching. Photos of 1968 worldwide protests from a free online website provide a contextualized example.
This lesson will focus on strategies for 6-12 teachers to instill critical thinking within their classrooms by analyzing a film for historical accuracy.
Living in today’s world is the easy part. Leaving a sustainable world for future generations is a challenge. Learn how to leave a legacy, while maintaining intergenerational equity.
S.C.A.L.E. discussions are a great way to achieve Student-Centered Authentic Learning Experiences and this workshop will help educators implement, facilitate, and grade them, putting students at the center of learning.
This workshop introduces educators to the digital project Preserving American Freedom. Attendees will receive primary sources and ready-made lessons relating to topics such as immigration, emancipation, and voting rights.
Teach engaging social issues, address content standards, and meet Common Core requirements. We'll show you how, with the National Geographic documentary, Earth: A New Wild. Lesson plans will be provided.
This session explores the intersection between volunteer service, local history and experiential learning through a model and case study involving preservation of a colonial era home of significant historical interest.