Secondary Level-High School
Erudite or Abnegation? Which faction matches our values? Using the popular Divergent Young Adult novels as a lens, we'll analyze America's motivations to enter World War I, Vietnam, and other 20th century conflicts.
Learn how Evanston Township High School de-tracked its world history classes and developed a new model for earning honors credit. Handouts include assessments, rubrics, community engagement, and results. Start a conversation at home!
This session will actively explore Library of Congress resources through a digital textbook designed on a highly interactive timeline tool called ChronoZoom to highlight the interconnectedness of historical events.
The purpose of this session is to provide teachers with a framework that aids in the analysis of the U.S. Constitution using the SOURCES framework.
In this presentation, interactive story maps and lesson plans bring the Natchez Trace Parkway to life. This serves as a template for teachers to create lessons for enhancing student engagement.
Make the C3 Framework a reality in your world history classroom! Teachers will leave this session with ready-to-use, classroom-tested inquiry lessons, and the skills necessary to create new inquiry lessons.
Slavery is illegal, but exists in the form of human trafficking. Educate students with history and current issues to raise awareness and teach them about ways to counter human oppression.
Using the Nanjing Safety Zone Committee as an example, and guided by the C3 Framework, this presentation will demonstrate how to teach social responsibility through an inquiry-based learning activity.
Engaging strategies for English Language Learners! You can expect a variety of suggested in-class activities, strategies for review, and best practices for testing.
Attendees will be exposed to the construction of collaborative curriculum through the use of student-oriented and led project modules that encourage engagement and immersion in fieldwork activities.