Entries related to: social-studies

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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How Can Teachers and Students Discuss the 2020 Election?

Whether you’re ready to admit it or not, this election is going to affect your classroom. You...

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Updated: Summer Reading and Reflection for Democratic Classrooms

 This is a reposting with updated content and links.

A recent study involving rural farmers and...

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Communicating with Posters for All Learners

Brett Bigham supports teachers in differentiating their instruction. In this blog, he unpacks a...

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U.S. History Curriculum to Prepare Students for Active Citizenship

Historians often say the best way to understand the present is through the study of the past. At 

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Sparking Joy in the Classroom with Student-Formulated Questions

Editor's Note: This is the first of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institue ...

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Talking Across Political Differences

Part of our job is to teach young people how to talk with one another, especially with people...

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Move Over Debate, It’s Time to Deliberate

Do you find yourself shying away from political dialogue or even avoiding it at all costs these...

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Tch Tips: 4 Ways to Integrate Civic Learning Throughout the Year

Are you trying to figure out how to extend your students’ interest and engagement in democracy...

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Neighborhood Signs

Editor's Note: Niamh K., a student in Janelle Bence's freshman English class, is one of three...

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2018 Texas Senate Race: O'Rourke vs Cruz

Editor's Note: Anekah Kelley, a student in Janelle Bence's freshman English class, is one of...

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Texas’ Political Signs

Editor's Note: Emma Mathis, a student in Janelle Bence's freshman English class, is one of three...

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Making Midterm Elections Meaningful: Awakening Civic Engagement

High school is a pivotal time for students for many reasons. Youth are entering a new school....

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Project LIT: Spreading the Word About Your Community Book Club

Editor’s Note: In this Tch DIY video series, Tch Laureate Geneviève DeBose Akinnagbe shares the...

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Summer Reading and Reflection for Democratic Classrooms

A recent study involving rural farmers and urban activists in North Dakota asked each group to...

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The Digital Civics Toolkit: 5 Resource Modules for Educators

As we come to the end of another school year, it’s often a moment to pause and imagine what new...

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Building Democratic Classrooms: Cultivating Civic Competencies

Question for you: If the health of our democracy depends on the people, then when do we learn...

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