Discover one district’s partnership with a local indigenous tribe to tell their authentic history of “determination, tenacity and strength”, and cultivate learning for students to identify missing and counter narratives.
Engage students in critical inquiry through Fluid Discussions. Move students beyond the argumentative debate by teaching them to engage in dialogue that allows for analysis and evaluation on all sides.
Incorporate SCOTUS oral arguments and case studies from the 2018–2019 term in your teaching. Case studies focus on First Amendment, Fifth Amendment, Eighth Amendment, tribal treaties, and copyright issues.
Discover how teaching using popular media that’s “just in time” makes your classroom lessons come alive. Meet your students where they’re at and watch how classroom discussions explode with excitement.
Learn how to cultivate community partnerships to develop a problem-based project around an important community issue. Middle school teachers and students will share their framework for passing countywide legislation.
Create a college course that ignites informed action, agency, advocacy, and activism in future teachers, K-8 students and instructors, inspiring civic engagement in social studies education, schools, and local communities.