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Middle Level

Teaching With Conceptual Units

Teaching history with conceptual units relinquishes the traditional chronological approach in favor of a thematic approach. Receive tips on how to reorganize the curriculum into manageable units that establish the current-day relevance of social studies content.

Game Planning Your Classroom Questions

Asking high-level questions in the social studies classroom can be challenging! Receive a game plan of strategies to help you up your questioning game and to help your students think critically with our social studies content.

Fun and Easy Formative Assessment

Formative assessment does not have to be boring. Explore ideas to make formative assessments fun and receive plenty of digital resources and templates.

Brain Hacks to Fill the Gaps

Explore how to meet learning gaps of students. Receive teacher-tested techniques utilizing brain research to enable students to categorize more efficiently and to comprehend more detailed information.

Elementary Community Notables/Woodson Session

Are you seeking dynamic and inspiring early grade lesson plans tied to NCSS Notable Tradebooks and Carter Woodson award winning titles? Search no more! Receive all lesson plans.

Never Teach Again! Building Independence in Learners

Create independence in students by gradually releasing the responsibility. Explore resources to differentiate and allow all students access to curriculum. Engage students through choice and co-teaching activities.

A PBL Approach to Passing New Legislation

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.


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