Another Supply and Demand Game! - Be your best teacher!
Hope you enjoy this flashback to the old Hollywood Squares Game! Click here To access in a new window A template for this game was generously provided by Amy Lamb. See her template here: https://community.articulate.com/e-learning-examples/storyline-360-the-reality-show-squares.
5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged During This Presidential Election Season
Teaching about the upcoming Presidential election is always an exciting time for any teacher. While Democrat candidate Joe Biden and Republican incumbent Donald Trump are sure to keep the political issues alive, students are ready and eager to learn. Keep your students active and engaged in the political process with these amazing lesson ideas for your middle school or high school classroom!
Marking History, Making History | MyPBLWorks
History is a process of interpretation and perspective-taking. In this project, students research the history of their home community or region and use primary source materials to learn about the experiences and perspectives of multiple community members (e.g., indigenous people, immigrants, colonists, enslaved people, people of different class backgrounds) in relation to particular events.
Supply or Demand? - Be your best teacher!
Need an online activity for your remote economics class? Try this interactive, drag and drop game for supply and demand! Click on the question card in the picture below and drag it to the correct supply or demand bucket. Ten questions in all. If you need a standalone URL for your Google Classroom click here.… Continue reading →
10 Ways to Promote Culture in the Classroom
Are you looking for ways to incorporate culture in the classroom? Keep reading to check out 10 ways your students can be a guest in other cultures!
Talking About Race in School: An Interview with José Vilson | Cult of Pedagogy
Race-related issues impact all of us, inside school and out. How can we have productive, healthy conversations with students about these issues?
A No-Fail Strategy to Using Political Cartoons in Your Government or Civics Class
Analyze political cartoons in your U.S. History or Government classroom using the effective POPES strategy, plus tips and a list of the best digital cartoon collections.
Google Classroom American History Assignments
An overview of the US History digital notebooks, worksheets, lessons, and unit guide packets teachers can use in Google Classroom.
Teaching About the Elections in the USA - FREE Unit Study Ideas
Teaching about the presidential elections process? Even if you're just teaching U.S. forms of government, this free unit study will help.
Your Guide to Project Based Learning in a Social Studies Classroom
Practical tips and real examples from a US history and Civics classroom teacher who’s gone PBL.
World History Classroom Activities & Lessons!
An overview of all 24 units included in the Students of History curriculum for World History, covering ancient civilizations to the modern world.
Teaching About the U.S. Election Process - Joy in the Journey
If you have been considering a study on the election process now is the time! We are in an election year.This lapbook teaches all about the election process.
How to Make a Choice Board on Google Slides — Bespoke ELA
This tutorial walks you through how to set up a student choice board using Google Slides. Teachers can integrate student choice into their curriculums and lesson plans with choice boards for projects, test reviews, or even class activities. Google Slides make it easy to link to websites, webpages, and other slides within the presentation in order to set up the choice board.