Social Education January/February 2012
NCSS NotebookThe View from the Trenches
Who, what, and how we teach has changed dramatically these last three decades; we've had to restructure and adapt, but I believe our schools will emerge stronger.
The Challenge of World History
Cristobal T. Saldana
Developing students' abilities to question, to engage in debate, and to consider perspective are the hallmarks of a successful world history course.
Helping Students Analyze Revolutions
Stephen Armstrong and Marian Desrosiers
Studying common patterns, structures, and characteristics of revolutions will enable students to make connections between these events across historical time.