Teaching Students in a Rapidly Changing World
Struggling with confusing new terms like trigger warnings, microaggressions, safe spaces, or speech zones? Explore the latest ways to teach free speech in your classroom.
These clever 5-minute professional films and corresponding lesson packages address voting, civic engagement, government operations, political systems and issues, media literacy, protest, and more. CDs for attendees.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has released a new edition of its educational comics. Receive a content overview and pedagogical strategies. All attendees receive a copy.
This qualitative study examines social studies teachers' meaning-making and citizenship education practices. Findings suggest that pedagogical accommodations made by teachers for immigrant students were minimal although they empathized with them.
Learn how to use various types of act-it-outs to skyrocket the level of engagement in your classroom, support key vocabulary and concepts, and check for student understanding.
Tired of teaching through the lens of war? Discover resources to rethink how you teach conflict, and help students to envision a more peaceful world and their role in building it.
Explore how to integrate current events into social studies curricula during politically and socially tense times.
Learn a step-by-step process for using visuals to unlock understanding and anchor historical memory. Leave with concrete ideas for where to get free, compelling images for your classroom.
Want to re-energize your elementary social studies program? Explore a C3-based inquiry model which combines literature and real-world issues to foster civic engagement in young students.
The California International Studies Project invites teachers from across K-12 grades and disciplines to learn how global competencies around ecoliteracy can engage students in taking action for sustainable communities.