Teaching Students in a Rapidly Changing World
The Adaptive Notebook-based Curriculum (ANC) is a teacher-friendly curriculum style adaptable to varied student skills, subject formats, and myriad technology levels or availability.
Get a preview of the 2017-2018 Supreme Court term, specifically choosing cases that are relevant and interesting to students in grades 6-12.
Political issues can be examined through the lens of protest signs past and present. Students explore current issues and practice civic attitudes through the development of pithy slogans and signs.
Teaching the Civil War has become more complex since the Charleston shootings. Learn about diverse lesson plans developed by educators for teaching this sensitive and controversial topic.
Your community can be used to study historical events and current issues. Receive examples of how students and teachers can incorporate their daily surroundings into their classrooms.
Acquire lesson ideas from the National WWII Museum and explore how to apply to their 3rd-year cohort teacher institute in New Orleans, LA (2018) and Normandy, France (2019).
Educate your students to live in a fact-based world and become change agents of the 21st century by exploring critical global issues using evidence and project-based learning.
To reach a 21st-century learner there must be a purpose to their learning. Discern how to engage your high school history students through a purpose-driven, problem-solving project.
Explore the lessons learned from implementing a flipped classroom model utilizing Open Educational Resources. The model is appropriate for AP and IB history at the secondary level.
Explore research findings about the major influences on the success of non-traditional students in AP programs, including rigor, differentiation, and culturally responsive curriculum.