Secondary Level-High School
Interactive website on the history of rock music, the causes and effects and the changes it brought about in the American culture during the Cold War.
Interactive session demonstrating effective methods to engage students in the study of human rights. Includes employing and creating comic books/strips, written debates, webquests,oral histories, and simulations. Handouts provided.
Flipboard is a Web 2.0 tool that will create a digital magazine that can be used as a textbook for individual units and lessons within the Social Studies Classroom
Learn strategies to inspire ethical thinking in your classroom. Participants engage in a sample lesson and leave with practical materials applicable to any middle/high school social studies class
Through this workshop for civics and history teachers, participants will utilize court cases and academic scholarship to analyze the historic and current condition of voting rights in today's American South.
Learn to teach about genocide and human rights, and promote restorative practices in your school. Participants receive DVD of the award-winning film, Coexist, about post-genocide Rwanda and restorative practices resources.
Help students learn to be better citizens by overcoming biases and giving back to their larger community. Learn how to establish a service learning project in your psychology course!
Examine ways you can use social media to engage students in historical thinking and inquiry. Learn to distinguish between forms and spaces, and leave with tools for your classroom.
What should U.S policy be regarding Human Rights? Let your students decide by analyzing primary sources, evaluating multiple perspectives, and reviewing cases to develop their own view. Choices curriculum provided.
David McConaughy, Gettysburg attorney and President of the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, led the charge to remember and preserve the battlefield for future generations. Why, and how did veterans respond?