Technology and Change in the Social Studies Classroom
Discover ways to integrate emerging technologies and primary sources. Learn strategies for use in K-16 classrooms.
Learn how students use the inquiry process to collaborate online to craft written arguments about historical issues. View sample activities, review examples of student work, and get materials.
Learn how to access the White House through online classroom resources and discover how to incorporate White House history into your U.S. history curriculum with the White House Historical Association.
Students often learn about the past from watching popular films. Explore how films make excellent starting points for inquiry and active, critical thinking lessons, with examples shared.
Try out World and U.S. History resources created by Khan Academy. Discuss strategies to utilize these (free!) online resources in your classroom with fellow teachers and KA's Humanities content team.
CrashCourse believes high-quality education should be free. Our YouTube channel has taught learners around the world and our digital curriculum enhances our videos. Learn how to incorporate both into classrooms.
How can the design process associated with STEM translate into the social studies classroom? Using the d.School process, educators will incorporate these skills, inquiry, and empathy, into their classrooms.
Learn how to incorporate Breakout Edu into social studies. Similar to popular escape rooms, Breakout Edu is active learning that engages students, and encourages collaboration and communication.
What do interactive lesson plans, digital games, and action civics have in common? They're perfect for teaching about county government! Learn how. Resources provided.
Learn how to invigorate your middle school U.S. history instruction by creating engaging student-centered opportunities that promote the use of higher order thinking skills (H.O.T.S.) with the flipped classroom teaching model.