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You could have your students read about the Constitutional Convention or they could actually participate in it. The lesson gives… more

What traits do successful entrepreneurs have in common?  This self-paced lesson includes two pieces:  a power point & a response… more

Everyone knows the story of the Big Bad Wolf and how he went to each of the Three Pigs houses… more

Socrates was a philosopher from Ancient Greece who was executed for corrupting the youth with his teachings. What if Socrates… more

Dred Scott was a slave back in the mid-1800s whose master had taken him to the North. When his master… more

When teaching students about politics, why not let them participate in it? This project allows students to learn about how… more

Citizens in a community have many roles to play. They work here, vote here, and should take care of the… more

This sample World History ‘Learning Log’ resource. Pirates and Pioneers, was developed for grades 3,4, 5 &/or 6 classes for… more

To teach students the concept of supply and demand, students must sell and buy goods. Some of these goods are… more

Ancient history can be fascinating when students think their way through the stages of human development from nomad to reading-writing-law-abiding… more

This lively no-tech, no-cost simulation casts students in the role of Silk Route traders to discover how the price of… more

Time travel books are superb transporters, whisking history-haters to another era, where they can soak up details about politics, economics,… more

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This guide provides Socratic Seminar discussion questions and a brief synopsis for every chapter of Crow by Barbara Wright.  This… more

This reading engagement guide is for the book Teaching Vulnerable Learners:  Strategies for Students Who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or… more

This module provides links to resources for teaching all students more about sustainability and sustainable design at all grade levels…. more

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Even under normal learning conditions, students develop gaps.  But what learners have experienced in the abrupt change to distance learning… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Learn how inspiration from Nature can help students to envision a more sustainable world for all! Biomimicry is the focus… more

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Logic Puzzles use provided clues to either determine whether something is, or whether something is not. Through this process of… more

This guide provides Socratic Seminar discussion questions and a brief synopsis for every chapter of Crow by Barbara Wright.  This… more

This reading engagement guide is for the book Teaching Vulnerable Learners:  Strategies for Students Who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or… more

This module provides links to resources for teaching all students more about sustainability and sustainable design at all grade levels…. more

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Even under normal learning conditions, students develop gaps.  But what learners have experienced in the abrupt change to distance learning… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Do you find it difficult to motivate students at the end of the school year? What if you could provide… more

Learn how inspiration from Nature can help students to envision a more sustainable world for all! Biomimicry is the focus… more

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Logic Puzzles use provided clues to either determine whether something is, or whether something is not. Through this process of… more