Infuse your teaching of founding era politics with ready-to-use interactive experiences paired with primary sources to ensure student engagement, debate historical relevance, model informed decision making, and practice historical empathy.
Explore the Arab-Israeli conflict and peace process through a diverse set of primary sources and experience innovative source analysis strategies that address Common Core, C3, and National Geography standards.
Strengthen your students' sense of democracy, social justice, and power of resistance by designing lessons, or even an entire course, based on this case study approach on democracies and dictatorships.
Overcome your fear of teaching controversial events by discovering strategies that engage students and focus on building critical thinking and communication skills such as perspective taking, interpreting sources, and collaborating.
Learning from museums and historic sites can deepen students' historical understanding. Learn how to teach students to critically evaluate the history presented at those sites. Classroom materials provided.