Join this edWebinar to learn how Mission US can help students experience personal, memorable connections with complex historical content, and continue deepening their learning amid today’s challenging circumstances
Plan for your class to tune in for a live interview (or watch the on-demand recording) with Medal of Honor Recipient Robert Modrzejewski.
In this edWebinar, Peter Mabli, shares how integrate gaming with document-based activities and other resources in a range of learning environments.
In this edWebinar, GaDOE Social Studies Department virtual specialists share their journey in creating and maintaining virtual learning communities.
This edWebinar discusses the importance of civil discourse to the health of a republic and provide teachers with tools to foster civil discourse.
Plan for your class to tune in for a live interview (or watch the on-demand recording) with Medal of Honor Recipient Joe M. Jackson.
Plan for your class to tune in for a live interview (or watch the on-demand recording) with Medal of Honor Recipient Gary B. Beikirch.
In this webinar, Jonathan Erwin, M.A., provides a research-based rationale for teaching SEL, shares lessons that teach specific SEL skills, and shows how you can use SEL content to satisfy state standards.
In this webinar, learn how simple packs of content focused on a key person, event or period can be used to teach content, literacy, critical thinking and more, all while engaging the range of learners in your classroom and making social studies more relevant, starting tomorrow!
This webinar will introduce a new, free character education curriculum for elementary students from the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. This new Medal of Honor Character Development Program contains free lesson plans that are appropriate for students in grades K-6.