We are accustomed to referring to fiction as “fake” and nonfiction as “real.
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Inquiry-based activities: necessary for social studies standards, but also a teacher favorite! Try to challenge your students in the classroom with a primary source mystery.
How can you focus on ways to assess your students based on the questions that they ask as opposed to the answers that they give you?
“No one puts Baby in the corner!” That line that melts hearts everywhere as Patrick Swayze’s character, Johnny, brings Baby front and center and into the spotlight in Dirty Dancing.
The C3 Framework is a framework for social studies education laid out by the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) that is inquiry based and aims to prepares students for college, careers, and civic life.
An election year provides the perfect opportunity for teachers to incorporate civics into the curriculum.
“The camera doesn’t lie” is often assumed to be true about historical photographs, even though we know that maxim is certainly not true in the twenty-first century.
Teaching our students in a completely virtual environment has been a whole new world.
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