Experience how first-person historical presenters reinforce social studies educators' instruction by allowing students to engage with living historical characters and feel the connection between their own lives and history.
Explore sources that illuminate the contributions of women to American history. Receive classroom-ready primary source lessons on ordinary women in extraordinary movements: abolitionism, women's suffrage, and international volunteerism in World War II.
Analyze data from a study that explored what is taught in elementary classrooms concerning immigration. Receive ready-to-go lessons that remove immigration from the historical Eurocentric context to include present-day issues.