I have the privilege of working with teachers across the country and I often hear the refrain that too many students are just not reading on level.
More and more often, history teachers are being asked to structure their curricula thematically as opposed to chronologically, in hopes of increasing student engagement and facilitating comparison among multiple perspectives.
“Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope.” —Kofi Annan
Democracy begins in the classroom.
“My least favorite thing about school is world history.”
Using discussion boards can be an excellent way to engage students with important middle and high school social studies content.