If you’re new to hands-on learning, or have used it for some time, you may be asking yourself, “What do I look for when selecting hands-on learning resources?”
Film Day! When I was in grade school and high school, “film day” was always great.
Many social studies teachers want to inspire their students to apply what they are learning in class outside of school.
This geography activity makes maps applicable to student lives bygetting students out of their chairs and interacting with the material.
Iowa social studies professionals know how to model informed action.
Here's a quick and easy summary of everything you need to know about hands-on learning for social studies.
Many social studies K-12 teachers I’ve talked to want to introduce hands-on and experiential learning into their classrooms but are overwhelmed by where to start and how to implement it.
The journey to digital can feel like a long spaghetti western film at times, but it’s worth it.