Secondary Level-High School
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.
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!
Advance students' knowledge of money through this free, eight-lesson curriculum that will engage and challenge them to apply both personal finance and economic perspectives when it comes to money.
Students benefit from explicit instruction of literacy and content strategies while comparing and contrasting Estonia's Singing Revolution (1987-91)to connecting events starting in Ferguson, MO, in a primary source rich lesson.
Learn how students investigated memorials as a form of public history and as a window into how people of the past commemorated war.
Experience Choices’ C3-aligned curriculum (provided) that explores multiple perspectives on the causes, consequences and responsibilities of climate change, and ultimately asks students to develop policy on this global dilemma.
The Vietnam War remains a central reference point for U.S. decision makers. Explore ten C3-aligned lessons in the Choices’ Vietnam curriculum (provided), while also evaluating and analyzing lessons learned.
Pictures speak louder than words, but students have a difficult time interpreting historical images. This interactive session engages participants in visual analysis of women in political images in world history.
In this interactive workshop, Facing History and Ourselves and Mikva Challenge will explore engaging students in the power to create change aligned to the Inquiry and Action dimension of the C3 Framework.