Cultivating Empathy Through Instruction
Participants will gain a clear understanding of the nature of Ethnic Studies, the research that supports Ethnic Studies course participation, and the benefits of an interdisciplinary, thematic approach to curriculum.
Learn how Hip Hop can be used in the social studies classroom to celebrate diversity and promote empathy, working towards a more accepting environment.
Learn about the efforts of professors who have integrated social and emotional learning research into their own interactions and in their classes for preservice and practicing teachers.
Learn about the Barnette flag salute case (1943) to highlight how the concept of the freedom to differ and the historical study of constitutional values can cultivate empathy and understanding.
A photograph has the power to serve as a window to our diverse world. Learn how to use photographs to develop empathetic and inclusive hearts in your classroom.
Experience how we model healthy peer relationships and see how our Civil Rights Curriculum utilizes the arts as a tool to help children navigate concepts and develop ideas.
Learn an effective and easy-to-use debate method specialized for an AP U.S. History course. Content Focus: Was the United States justified in dropping the atomic bomb?
Utilize the geographic concepts of space, place, and identity to engage students' identities and personal lives with a variety of middle level social studies content.
Explore teaching and learning strategies that fully engage students and raise empathy in the inclusive classroom.
Found Poems are a powerful way to encourage historical thinking, creativity, and empathy. Learn a new way to teach primary sources that you will be eager to teach your own students.