Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
See app episodes designed for young children to engage in active inquiry with primary sources. Learn about templates that enable teachers to develop additional content for exploration.
Learn about free, online tools developed by geography educators to analyze and interpret documents, maps, images, and other primary sources using a geographical lens.
The emergence of 3D scanning and printing is an opportunity to bring place-based education and historical archaeology to classroom instruction with primary sources from the Library of Congress.
Play Engaging Congress, an app using game-based learning that explores basic principles of representative government. The game leads students through primary source documents, helping them learn how our government works.
Solve online civics and history challenges using primary sources, create new challenges to share with others, and discover ways to integrate digital resources into the classroom with Eagle Eye Citizen.
Empower your students to dig into primary source material with DBQuest, the interactive document analysis tool from iCivics. It's digital, it's deep, and it's all document-based. Dig in!
Guided exploration of historical U.S. maps includes the use of learning logs and organizers, which help to generate inquiry questions about social life, economics, and conflicts inside and between countries.
Explore the possibilities of using virtual reality (VR) in the classroom. Try VR for yourself as we discuss ways to help students become more reflective and engaged.
CA will teach students what the Constitution means and why knowing & understanding it is vital. The Turners will teach in a non-partisan way. No cost to schools.
Discover how to successfully flip your classroom to make the most out of your time with your students.