Expanding Visions/Bridging Traditions
Participate in hands-on, active learning exercises designed to address issues related to vision, sensation, and perception. This session is geared toward all psychology courses.
Understanding the 7 Perspectives is fundamental in the fascinating study of human behavior and mental processing. Build a classroom community spirit through engaging instructional strategies, while enhancing student learning.
Receive new pedagogical frameworks, grounded in the First Amendment, that enable students to engage in civil dialogue about the role of religion and public life.
Explore leadership, followership, and storytelling in the classroom through humor, inner reflection, and technology.
Today's world of education is changing rapidly. Certell offers multimedia rich curriculum at no cost to teachers.
Studying history and historical thinking skills today requires collaboration, especially in AP History courses. Learn to use grouping across schools and technology, and infuse inquiry-based learning into AP study.
Students are taught that democracy is fundamental to our society, but how many classrooms function democratically? Participants will explore student feedback strategies that teach students how to participate democratically.
Use the historical lens of Reconstruction to explore contemporary issues of equality, justice, belonging, and the role of the federal government in protecting individual rights. Resource book included.
Learn about using local farms as sources for interdisciplinary curriculum and experiential learning, as well as how Twitter can be used for literacy and assessment.
Integrate geography, history, technology, and data-analysis for 21st century learning experiences. Explore resource collections and take away free lesson plans.