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Empower your Civics students by incorporating these five easy, yet authentic PBL project ideas into your class. These are perfect if you want to try project-based learning but aren’t sure where to start in your middle or high school classroom!

5 Easy Civics Project Ideas That Will Empower Your Students

Doable project ideas to make civics real in your middle or high school classroom.

Resources to Teach Kids About the 1910s. #americanhistory #1910americanhistory #WW1 #1910resources #homeschoolgiveaways

Resources to Teach Kids About the 1910s

Resources to Teach Kids About the 1910s. #americanhistory #1910americanhistory #WW1 #1910resources #homeschoolgiveaways

5 primary and secondary sources to help middle school students understand the US Constitution (5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade). Worksheets included.

US Constitution Primary and Secondary Sources for Students | The Clever Teacher

5 primary and secondary sources to help middle school students understand the US Constitution (5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade). Worksheets included.

Free Black History Timeline Printables. One of many posts in a Black History Month learning series. #1plus1plus1 #homeschool #homeschooling #blackhistorymonth  #booklists

Black History Timeline Card Printables

Free Black History Timeline Printables. One of many posts in a Black History Month learning series. #1plus1plus1 #homeschool #homeschooling #blackhistorymonth #booklists

Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.

Do's and Don'ts of Teaching Black History

Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.

Games that take students on a quest can invigorate social studies and strengthen bonds among learners.

Using Gamification to Increase Engagement During Hybrid Learning

Games that take students on a quest can invigorate social studies and strengthen bonds among learners.

Go straight to the heart of Socratic circles with a summary of Socratic seminar rules, a versatile Socratic seminar questions, and a downloadable Socratic seminar rubric.  With these tools you can implement the strategy immediately and maximize its value by customizing it to your individual needs.

Socratic Seminar Guidelines: A Practical Guide

Go straight to the heart of Socratic circles with a summary of Socratic seminar rules, a versatile Socratic seminar questions, and a downloadable Socratic seminar rubric. With these tools you can implement the strategy immediately and maximize its value by customizing it to your individual needs.

Creative lesson plans for Black History month - NurtureStore

Creative lesson plans for Black History month - NurtureStore

Use these creative lesson plans for Black History month and throughout the year to create an inclusive curriculum for your children. Creative lesson plans for Black History month In this guide you can learn about Black History Month, how and why it is celebrated around the world, and access our free […]

Online WW1 Simulation Game

Online World War 1 Simulation Game

If you are studying WW1 with middle or high school students I cannot recommend this World War 1 simulation game highly enough. The kids LOVED it!! Imagine turning World War 1 into a big online game of Risk! That is what you will be doing. A word of explanation: I teach at a homeschool co-op and my

An overview of 5 teaching strategies/resources you can use as the backbone of your US History curriculum or to mix things up so that each unit has a new feel.

5 Ways to Teach ALL of US History

An overview of 5 teaching strategies/resources you can use as the backbone of your US History curriculum or to mix things up so that each unit has a new feel.

This year I was determined to teach American History. But, I couldn't find one I liked. So I created my own early American History curriculum. via @hidethechocolate

Early American History Curriculum - Over 20 Free Resources & Printables

This year I was determined to teach American History. But, I couldn't find one I liked. So I created my own early American History curriculum.

Elasticity Practice for Your Econ Class! - Be your best teacher!

Elasticity Practice for Your Econ Class! - Be your best teacher!

Elasticity Practice for Your Econ Class! - Be your best teacher!

Start techin' your homeschool geography with these cool apps. Your kids will think they're playing when in fact they'll be learning!

Cool Geography Apps You (Probably) Don't Know Exist - Techie Homeschool Mom

Make geography lessons more phone with these 12 mom-approved apps.

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5 Lesson Ideas To Keep Your Students Engaged During the 2020 Presidential Election — misterharms.com

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