By engaging students in inquiry-based lessons and introducing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), teachers can combine important social studies skills with global mindedness. Learn about a sample designed lesson based on the United Arab Emirates to achieve this goal. Discover teacher-travel opportunities.
How do leaders advocate for an expanded definition of data that goes beyond a test score? Experience strategies to help explain why we must measure what matters, including the use of analyzing student work based on the principles that looking at student work leads to better intervention, which in turn will lead to better student responses.
Discover how Albertan educators share environmental curriculum in a province where petrochemical industries dominate. Protests and curriculum controversies create a compelling study for teachers addressing hot-button issues in their classroom.
Explore the world through video conference. Connect with people from all over the world. Create an experience with infographics, blogs, video, and social media that supports the video conference journey.
Examine commonly-held stereotypes and misconceptions about Muslims and Islam. Explore research-based instructional strategies to help your students develop nuanced and accurate understandings of Islam and its followers. Acquire classroom-ready resources.
Identify and disrupt harmful narratives in illustrations with visual analysis methods. Topics include books set in the Middle East, books from Nazi Germany, and providing culturally sustaining illustrations for children.