Secondary Level-High School
Explore online-resources that employ works of art to develop students‚Äô ability to reason critically and collaboratively. Discuss how inquiry-based discussions of art support the comparison and contextualization of historical movements.
Sarah O'Leary, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA
This proposal provides a comparative framework that addresses how the globalization and global citizens are imagined in high school history curriculum in the United States and Germany.
Wenjuan Sang, Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN
One World Education offers three-week persuasive and argumentative writing units for middle and high school students to research and write about cultural and global issues in the Social Studies classroom.
Eric Goldstein, One World Education, Washington, DC, @ericfgoldstein AND @OneWorldEdu
Underrepresented in textbooks, African Americans struggle for citizenship has been illustrated and painted by artists.The works of artists will examine their courage and participation historically.
Robert Stevens, The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX
Teachers will utilize Costa's Third Level of Thinking and Questioning by analyzing the influence of popular culture and propaganda in mobilizing for the war effort during World War II.
Kyle Wylie, South High School/Kern High School District, Bakersfield, CA
Have you considered using portraiture to teach the C3 Framework? The National Portrait Gallery and Center for Inspired Teaching will introduce ways to integrate the Inquiry Arc into your teaching.
Briana White, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Cosby Hunt, Center for Inspired Teaching, Washington, DC
TOP's Lesson on the Cold War Era: focus questions, chronology, mental mapping, content and literacy standards, and engaging instructional strategies and skills. Plus - Complimentary materials! Study tours to Germany!
Constance Manter, Transatlantic Outreach Program, Washington, DC; Jacqueline Littlefield, Transatlantic Outreach Program, Washington, DC; Wood Powell, Transatlantic Outreach Program, Washington, DC
Experience four collaborative units: The 1920's and ""The Great Gatsby; "" The Holocaust and Elie Weisel's ""Night; "" The Great Depression and Library of Congress Primary Sources; Reading and Interpreting Ballot Propositions.
Syd Golston, Phoenix Union High School District, Phoenix, AZ; Suzanne Vogt, Trevor Browne High School, Phoenix, AZ; Monique Mogro, Metro Tech High School, Phoenix, AZ; Katherine Hansen, Trevor G. Browne High School, Phoenix, AZ
Teachers will study Reconstruction narratives from Mississippi history textbooks (1887-1976) to teach their students how content in history textbooks can influence attitudes and actions in the larger society.
Kenneth Anthony, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS
Get students excited about geography! Teach students about environmental issues from a global and local perspective. Receive materials, lesson plans, and an art assessment that builds skills and content knowledge.
Eran DeSilva, Notre Dame High School, San Jose, CA