Engage with teaching multiple representations of the American Dream across social studies disciplines and explore instructional strategies and materials for analyzing the American Dream within various C3 inquiry arcs.
How can crowdsourcing support inquiry-based learning? Find out through Mapping the Fourth of July - a crowdsourced archive where students investigate how Americans celebrated July 4th during the Civil War era.
In collaboration with librarians, this project highlights ways of incorporating primary historical archives into urban elementary and middle school classrooms to foster civic discussion toward addressing issues of social justice.
Learn how students collaborate online to craft historical arguments about democratic principles. Participants will engage with sample activities, review examples of student work, and get free material.
Growing out of three NEH teacher institutes, this session presents inquiry arcs, major concepts, and suggested resources for US History teachers planning instruction about the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.