An up-to-the-minute examination of race in America interweaving James Baldwin's personal account of the lives and assassinations of his close friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
How does the maker movement seamlessly integrate into social studies classrooms and curriculum? Identify realistic ways to incorporate making to analyze content and differentiate learning in the social studies classroom.
Studying history and historical thinking skills today requires collaboration, especially in AP History courses. Learn to use grouping across schools and technology, and infuse inquiry-based learning into AP study.
Use the historical lens of Reconstruction to explore contemporary issues of equality, justice, belonging, and the role of the federal government in protecting individual rights. Resource book included.
Compare current debates about immigration to the early history of immigration for people with disabilities, examining the impact of negative perceptions. Strategies supporting the C3 Framework are modeled.
Receive classroom-tested strategies for teaching and analyzing historical perspective, an essential skill for understanding the past and the present. Apply these strategies to analyze historical documents.
Transform your curriculum using young adult literature, Social Justice Bingo, and primary sources. Learn how to develop thought-provoking and relevant interdisciplinary lessons from multiple perspectives for diverse student populations.
Social studies educators teach students the content knowledge, intellectual skills, and civic values necessary for fulfilling the duties of citizenship in a participatory democracy. The mission of National Council for the Social Studies is to provide leadership, service, and support for all social studies educators.