Evaluative questions that encourage the development of evidence based opinions help students learn to view history “as a complex narrative.”
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History teachers Jody Passanissi and Shara Peters use the QAR reading comprehension tool to improve student skills at analyzing and inferring from text.
Our history bloggers describe a beginning-of-course activity that helps students think about what history really is – by experiencing the work historians do.
What should new social studies teachers keep in mind as they begin their first year in the classroom? Our three Future of History bloggers have tips!
Project learning in history class can increase student investment “and make them care about this stuff,” say our Future of History teacher-bloggers Jody & Shara.
How can busy history teachers incorporate current events into their lesson planning? Our new Future of History bloggers share their 4-part approach.
In a new MiddleWeb blog, three outstanding middle grades teachers explore the Future of History in a connected world, from multiple perspectives.