This poster session provides a gender analysis of NCSS Notable Trade book winners for the intermediate grades for the years 2006-2008.
The past can be tough to relate to, but projects like PolarTREC- bringing teachers out in the field to share real science with students online- make it a lot easier!
Learn how a partnership formed between a regional university, local P-12 schools, and the community-at-large is building a sustainable culture for health and wellness in the Mississippi Delta.
Learn how to help students identify their hero through the 12 step cycle of the hero journey by following the hero's golden thread through a labyrinth of primary source documents.
How can history support and inspire civic participation and combat bullying, ostracism and homophobia? How can history help us to understand why communities respond to difference with intolerance and hatred?
Understanding the concepts and tools of historical inquiry is essential to teaching about the past and creating young thinkers who can "do" history. Applicable to all subjects and ages.
There is a new phenomenon occurring in the Arctic. Inuit have mobilized politically and are now playing a key role in international relations impacting how we understand the Arctic region.
Participants will reflect on designing a research-informed, weeklong unit to teach elementary students about 9/11. Handouts, photos and videos of classroom instruction, and student-created artifacts will be shared.
Teaching Tolerance resources marry multicultural content with culturally relevant instructional strategies. Our materials help teachers engage diverse students with effective strategies while exploring social justice issues. New materials distributed!
Using an interdisciplinary approach to teaching social justice across time, place, and vulnerable populations through literacy, reflection, and art, presenters explore history through studying artmaking in concentration and internment camps.