Learn strategies to teach core concepts from the ASA National Standards, including the sociological perspective and social structure, as well as socialization, stratification, and inequality. ASA Symposium Session Three.
Discover classroom-tested strategies and examine research about incorporating documentary film to teach media literacy in the social studies. Educators and acclaimed documentary filmmakers will participate in this innovative session.
Economics and immigration have become polarized. Explore a digital Project-Based Learning curriculum with prepared lessons so that students can objectively compare, contrast, and critique economics and immigration.
Discover simple, free Internet datasets to engage students in hands-on data analysis. Applicable to courses including sociology, psychology, anthropology, civics, history, economics, and geography. ASA Symposium Session One.
Explore Constitutional interpretations (i.e., original intent vs. living document) through exemplary lessons created by James Madison fellows about amendments, Supreme Court decisions, and various legislative and executive actions.