Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
Examine how human interaction with the environment has altered the annual flooding of the Nile River and what the implications are for the region.
By looking at different perspectives in news articles and working in small groups, develop a better understanding of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
On a field trip to see historic maps, analyze how resources influence settlement patterns, and how land- and cityscapes change due to urbanization.
Use data and models to define the location of economically distressed neighborhoods located in Denver.
Consider the impacts of human migration on physical and human systems and ask "where will the future growth of San Antonio occur?"
This introduction to exponential functions considers the world population since 1650. In a simulation, the population grows at a random yet predictable rate.
What should the U.S. relationship with the rest of the world be? And what artifacts should be selected for a Museum of Patriotism and Foreign Policy?
Create, present, revise, and defend a Federal budget, and then reflect on what was learned.
Write summaries of Supreme Court cases that involve the constitutional rights of students. Role-play with lawyers presenting a hypothetical case to justices who deliberate and present their opinions.
Why are cities located where they are? What geographical information can explain the location of Russian cities?
Learn about conflict by participating in a role-playing activity in the context of the fictional region of “Ugeria".
Research and consolidate demographic data, calculate health ratings and discuss conclusions.
Through a role-playing exercise, understand the dissemination, causes, and effects of the AIDS epidemic in Kenya.
With a map and an assigned role, determine how to allocate land.
Visits to local water quality monitoring sites facilitate investigation of human impact on water quality through the use of GIS software.
Explore, present, write, and discuss works of art from the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires through a variety of thematic lenses.
Adapt any chapter as a script. Travel to a nearby African-American cemetery and research names of the dead. Conduct research projects on issues addressed in the novel.
Students make buildings unique to the French culture and are assessed on cultural understanding, based on their explanation of what made their building uniquely French.
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