Infuse your teaching of founding era politics with ready-to-use interactive experiences paired with primary sources to ensure student engagement, debate historical relevance, model informed decision making, and practice historical empathy.
Engage all learners using interactive strategies to build writing skills and social studies content knowledge. Explore classroom-ready writing activities that make written expression accessible for students with learning differences.
Learning from museums and historic sites can deepen students' historical understanding. Learn how to teach students to critically evaluate the history presented at those sites. Classroom materials provided.
Explore authentic tasks, assessments, and rubrics created as part of a university-museum curricular collaboration that uses the C3 Framework to help students explore and address historical and contemporary racial injustices.
Increase cultural and ethnic authenticity with books illustrated by African Americans, featuring African Americans. Enhance critical thinking with visual voices of Ekua Holmes, Floyd Cooper, Kadir Nelson, and others.
Discover how elementary education preservice teachers can integrate both the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards and edTPA requirements using one effective lesson template.