The 21st century has been a very interesting time for those of us who are responsible for the organization of a social studies program within a public school setting.
Have your friends ever asked you, “Why do you always attend so many trainings?”
The world has changed; many of us no longer feel comfortable and have yet to return to our pre-pandemic “normal.
“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.
Serena Williams, Tom Brady, and Michael Jordan have many things in common.
As teachers we know we need to assess our students to determine their “grade” in our class, but is there a better way to do that? Are we assessing their ability to take the test we created or are we truly assessing if they learned the content that was taught?
Social studies encompasses several dynamics that affect daily student learning.
Billions of dollars in federal COVID-19 recovery funds are flowing to American schools.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted how we have approached educating children.