Secondary Level-High School
Pressed for time when teaching monetary and fiscal policy? Examine and review two free Standards-based online courses your students can do inside or outside the classroom with pre-tests and post-tests.
What did teenagers have to say about hiding in public, life in the ghetto, or life on the run? Discover how young peoples' diaries can enhance Holocaust education.
This poster showcases the new National Atlas of Korea, a monumental publication with broad resources for facts and statistics teachers can adopt for teaching social sciences for East Asia topics.
Students have heard of Prosser's Rebellion, Denmark Vessey, and Nat Turner. But have they heard of Madison Washington and the Creole Revolt? No? Then they should!
POV presents free lesson plans and tools for college and career prep using All the Difference, a documentary following two young African-American men from Chicago through high school and college.
This clinic will focus on human rights and teaching controversy utilizing Purchased Lives an exhibit on the domestic slave trade, related teacher workshops, lesson plans, field trips and educational programs.
Using the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's resources, this workshop incorporates historical literacy, inquiry, and discussion models to examine pressures and motivations that impacted social responsibility during the Holocaust.
Ai Wei Wei is both artist and activist - how has he impacted understandings of human rights? We'll discuss how to incorporate exhibits, documentaries, and tweets in the classroom.
Participants will obtain lessons plans for Advanced Placement Human Geography derived from the new National Atlas of Korea pertaining to demographics, urbanization, agriculture, migration, economics, politics, and global commerce.
Engage students with the complete multimedia primary source materials necessary to conduct a challenging mock trial simulation featuring the historic and current global labor conditions of Apple, Nike, and Gap.