Secondary Level-High School
The Supreme Court has entered the electronic age and is re-defining civil liberties, tackling issues like GPS tracking, perceived Facebook threats, and warrantless cellphone searches. A must for government teachers.
Learn how famous (and not-so-famous) poems can help students explore the concept of American democracy. Special attention is paid to multicultural poetry. Poems and activity sheets will be provided.
This presentation will feature outcomes and lessons learned from 5 years of the collaborative Young Women LEAD Conference for at-risk high school girls to develop their leadership and business potential.
District 117 in Northern Illinois has found a way to honor veterans and connect the community to the school. Find out how your district can create a similar event.
This presentation focuses on effective research strategies presented in the form of a ready-to-go project idea for high school U.S. history teachers.
Through playing Timber students learn first hand about the tragedy of the commons, technological innovation, the need to create a social contract, incentives, and sustainable natural resource use.
Learn to plant seeds of inquiry in World History! As entry points into the past, short texts reveal enough content to capture interest, jumpstart inquiry, and cultivate new learning pathways.
Are we teaching college level courses or helping students pass a rigorous vocabulary test? This session will provide new AP teachers with the tools to meet that balance.
Unpack Teaching Tolerance's Anti-bias Framework through videos and stories of kids in a global circus. Discover how circus kids who swing from the rafters enable prejudice reduction and collective action.
During the Holocaust, Jews demonstrated various forms of resistance in an effort to save their lives and their culture. We will explore engaging new ways to teach students about resistance.