Expanding Visions/Bridging Traditions
Experience a journey of diversity and dialogue to explore a variety of resources which can be used in the classroom to introduce the Sikh culture and tradition.
Discover strategies to teach research methods to high school sociology students using practical applications and examples. Particular examples and teaching resources are taken from Bay Area sociology classrooms and projects.
This session introduces online curricula and resources for teaching about Muslim history, practices, and contributions as well as interfaith curricula comparing the five major world religions for middle and high schools.
Explore how Seattle teachers took part in a national arts integration cohort to utilize Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series as a catalyst for social change. Leave with classroom lesson ideas!
DPLA's Primary Source Sets draw on diverse primary sources from America's libraries, archives, and museums. Discover this rich trove of free, classroom-ready resources and strategies for classroom implementation.
Explore students' use of inquiry projects to learn social studies content, and then their use of multigenre compositions to show what they know. This project for elementary social studies methods classes works across levels.
Social studies teachers have long assigned writing projects without the training and resources for generating critical understanding. Analyze instructional strategies to improve writing assignments and deepen content knowledge.
Cultural contrasts exist between other nations and the U.S. Can those cultural contrasts help us bridge our traditions? The Midway Institute seeks to prepare educators and students for global citizenship.
What's in your wallet? Discover the daily lives of people of the past by looking at their stuff. Explore the tools of historians: artifacts and primary sources.
In 1936, an African American mailman published the Negro Motorist Green Book. Examine and analyze a series of teacher developed lesson plans around it.