History and social studies educators often face the challenge of how to engage in the study of difficult histories with students. Although best practice in the field of Holocaust studies maintains that primary sources should be a central component of any study of the Holocaust, research demonstrates that most high school history and social studies teachers feel unprepared to teach the subject both in regards to historical content, and curation of primary sources.
Explore how to leverage current events in Korea to engage students in historical thinking and connect the past to today through instructional and assessment materials based on primary/secondary sources.
Learn about a blended classroom model that focuses on historical concepts and historical thinking skills through self-directed content modules, projects, and simulations. Receive rubrics and sample activities.