Learn about an interactive, classroom-friendly lesson demonstration using primary and secondary sources to help students understand criminal procedure protections and their essential role in a free society.
Explore the National Museum of American History's game-based educational app, which invites players to immerse themselves in the 19th century by examining primary sources from mysterious characters from the past.
Learn easy and adaptable approaches to teaching privilege and discrimination. Support student explorations into complex issues of social justice through simulations, Dr. Seuss, media literacy, and text-to-history connections through primary sources.
Use dynamic, evidence-based inquiry lessons to guide your students to uncover past and present competing narratives and help them synthesize their learning through creative culminating activities. Materials and technology provided.
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