Explore strategies to respond to tough questions about the Holocaust using free, high-quality resources from three leading Holocaust/genocide education organizations, contributing to secondary students' critical thinking and commitment to justice.
Explore how iconic New Yorker covers related to 9/11 offer entry points into controversial topics, including the shifting balance between civil liberties and national security, and the rise of Islamophobia.
Explore the experiences of immigrants past and present through realistic historical fiction and interviews of recent immigrants. Consider what brought people here and the challenges and opportunities they found.
43,450 children live in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Explore this global crisis through a multi-disciplinary experience that incorporates in-depth inquiry and scaffolded academic discussions for ALL students.
True-False is dead. Take home classroom-ready ideas for transforming test questions and discussion templates focused on the rules of evidence and the skills of interpretation. No alternative facts here!
Explore compelling questions that require students to analyze global problems, generate claims supporting historical, geographic, economic, and civic minded evidence, that applies to various perspectives, civic virtues, and democratic principles.