Entries related to: history

Teaching Channel Talks 37: The Conference That Changed My Life

In this episode, you'll hear from two educators who attended the United States Holocaust...

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Teaching Channel Talks 36: How Do You Teach the Holocaust?

Teaching the Holocaust is a required part of the curriculum in many states. But how do you...

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Guidelines for Teaching About the Holocaust

Join a free webinar from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Teaching Channel to...

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Weaving in Women's History

“I’m glad we’ve begun to raise our daughters more like our sons, but it will  never work until...

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Black Brilliance: Leaders You Might Not Teach About But Should

In 1908, Dr.Carter G. Woodson, received his M.A. from the University of Chicago, and in 1912, he...

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Unpacking Privilege With Children Through Sports

Since the death of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arber, and Breonna Taylor, amongst others from the Black...

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Engaging Youth in Civic Action Through Writing

Can writing be a civic action?

Our answer is an emphatic, "Yes!"

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The Great American Solar Eclipse: Across the Curriculum

Total Eclipse of the… Start?

Bonnie Tyler's infamous tune has been resonating for months and the...

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Teaching for Civic Engagement: Taking Action Project

As I’ve been writing about in this Teaching for Civic Engagement blog series, I’m thinking about...

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Reflections on Teaching for Civic Engagement

See Matt’s Video on Teaching Channel: Encouraging Students to Take Action

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Teaching for Civic Engagement: Vocabulary for Action

See Matt’s Video on Teaching Channel: Encouraging Students to Take Action

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Why Social Studies? It's Self-Evident!

“High school students hate history. When they list their favorite subjects, history always comes...

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Teaching for Civic Engagement: Criteria for Effective Civic Engagement

See Matt’s Video on Teaching Channel: Encouraging Students to Take Action

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Cultivating Student Empathy: Acting to Understand

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Teaching for Civic Engagement: Petitions for Change

See Matt’s Video on Teaching Channel: Encouraging Students to Take Action

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Resources to Help You Celebrate Women's History Every Day

In classrooms throughout the country, the stories of extraordinary women -- from Abigail Adams...

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DO NOW: What is Whiteness?

Editors Note: This post was originally published on Catherine's blog on Medium.

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Teaching for Civic Engagement: Individual and Systemic Responsibility

See Matt’s Video on Teaching Channel: Encouraging Students to Take Action

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Hamilton: The Ten Dollar Founding Father is Priceless in Classrooms

Revolution, independence, the founding of our nation -- this was my favorite era to teach. I...

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Black History Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow

As many of you know, February is Black History Month in the United States, which can be a time...

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