Two Montana teachers using oral histories, primary documents, and treaties to explore Crow peoples' interaction with Anglos will show how to develop questions/plan inquiries (C3). Multiple resources will be available.
December 6, 2015 marks the sesquicentennial of the Thirteenth Amendment. Provides teachers with the latest scholarly and practical instructional resources to help them teach about the amendment and its legacy.
This presentation and discussion provides an overview of our interdisciplinary, collaborative America's Story program, with a synopsis of curriculum, highlights of successful activities and assessments, and future plans.
Participants will explore curricular materials and professional development tools created by Los Angeles Unified and the Stanford History Education Group to support the integration of disciplinary literacy into history classrooms.