Teaching Students in a Rapidly Changing World
In social studies, gifted students crave inquiry-based experiences that inspire them to think beyond the book answer. Investigate effective strategies for differentiated instruction, including classroom-tested lessons and student work samples.
Receive ten diverse strategies, usable in many contexts, to teach ten key high-interest court cases for students in civics, law-related, or history courses.
Learn effective methods for teaching students to exchange information with one another and to understand different points of view respectfully. Leave with techniques for implementing this strategy.
Learn how to translate the most engaging and rigorous aspects of legal education to the classroom with tangible instructional strategies to teach critical thinking to all students.
Learn a prototype framework for civic participation, Ten Questions for Change Makers. The Questions are aimed at helping young students cultivate successful civic agency in a digital age.
Scenario-based task cards are a powerful design tool. Learn how to help students make real-world connections through cause and effect scenarios in a changing world.
Learn a prototype framework for civic participation, Ten Questions for Change Makers. The questions are aimed at helping students cultivate successful civic agency in a digital age.
What should social studies education look like in an elementary school setting as students make sense of our rapidly and socially changing world?
Explore the history of the LGBT movement, the importance of infusing LGBT history into American history, and what comes next for the LGBT community.
Help students do more than stay afloat. Navigate the waters of engagement, differentiation, and assessment by utilizing RAFTs. RAFTS allow teachers to easily differentiate, increase rigor, and broaden students' perspectives.