Discover the Tenement Museum's new elementary school curriculum on immigration that builds compassion and historical thinking skills as students explore the stories of real families from the past and present.
Discover how to cultivate perspective consciousness in young learners through literature-based strategies that serve as seeding packets that deeply root open minded, problem-solving, humanly connected, and global citizens.
Recognize various recurring concepts and factual information prevalent in elementary-grade civic and history education. Learn how concepts repeat throughout elementary education and the rationale for teaching these important ideas.
Authors share how teachers can painlessly add short biographies from the NCSS Notable Trade Booklist to model agency and activism, introduce underrepesented voices, explore research questions, and keep kids engaged.
Explore classroom-ready resources that integrate global citizenship, geographic thinking, literacy, technology, and C3 inquiry around the theme of Tokyo, its people, culture, and history, and the Olympic/Paralympic Games.
Join Dinah Zike to make student and group manipulatives based on K-5 social studies standards with provided materials. These effective hands-on tools engage learners while connecting foundational social studies concepts.