Teaching Students in a Rapidly Changing World
History can seem boring to students, especially when events are divorced from the personal experience. Explore how the life experiences of certain founders affected the future course of the U.S.
Learn simple free techniques to energize and focus students and yourself. Get tips to reduce test anxiety and stress. Increase your energy with this hands-on learning.
Explore the benefits of strategic gaming in the classroom. Gaming provides opportunities for students to expand their view of historical events in a hands-on, fun, and engaging way.
Uncover powerful tools that help all students understand primary sources and informational text.
An up-to-the-minute examination of race in America interweaving James Baldwin's personal account of the lives and assassinations of his close friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Discuss historically and pedagogically appropriate strategies for helping students navigate the connections between pre-WWII Germany and modern America that have become pervasive in our culture.
Teachers lose an average of 5-9 hours a week dealing with minor misbehavior. It doesn't have to be that way! Positive, appropriate, productive classroom behavior can be taught systematically.
Discover how Chinese schools promote innovative, holistic, goal-oriented education and global awareness, and what we can teach and learn from this most rapidly changing and developing country.
Explore strategies and free resources for generating student interest and knowledge around local, state, and congressional elections. Multiple organizations represented and resources provided.
Learn, share, and uncover strategies to create culturally responsive experiential learning tasks for your students.